Inyama yenhloko or iskopo is a delicacy in many cultures around the world. While some people turn their heads up at this meat, it continues to grow in popularity and might even become more popular as a more cost-effective meat option.
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500 g cow lips (Inyama Yenhloko)
3 cups water
½ onion diced
2 ½ Rajah Mild & Spicy Curry Powder
1 tbsp Robertsons Steak and Chops Spice
1 tbsp Robertsons black peppercorn
1 cup beef stock (Knorr Beef Stock Pot, dissolved in hot water)
400 g ready-rolled puff pastry
1 egg yolk beaten
- Thoroughly rinse the cow lip meat in water, transfer into a large pot, add the water and boil for 30 minutes.
- Remove the boiled cow lip meat from the pot and allow to cool, then cut into small chunks.
- Add the onion, Rajah Mild & Spicy curry powder, Robertsons Steak & Chops Spice and Robertsons Black Peppercorns, and boil for 30 to 40 minutes.
- Lower the heat, add a cup of beef stock and simmer on a medium heat for 40/60 minutes. The gravy must be thick, if not add 3 to 4 tablespoons of cake flour or corn starch for a thicker consistency.
- Set aside to cool.
- Heat the oven to 220°C
- Pour the cow lip stew filling into a pie dish and brush the rim of the dish with some beaten egg yolk. Cover the dish with pastry and use a knife to trim and press the edges down against the side of the dish.
- Brush the pie heavily with egg yolk. Make a few little slits in the centre of the pie and bake for 40 minutes until golden.
- Leave to stand for a few minutes before serving.
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