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Spring Bok and Ostrich

irishrogirishrog Posts: 375
edited 5:24AM in EggHead Forum
I was in my local LIDL yesterday and found frozen Spring Bok and Ostrich steaks.
I have cooked ostrich before but would like some new ideas if anybody has cooked this, and also some ideas for spring bok please.


  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,407
    Spring bok...? Is that a veggie Roger?
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  • it is closely related to the spring onion and the ramp :laugh:
  • irishrogirishrog Posts: 375
    Spring Bok is a South African animal similar to a deer or a gazell, I think. I have never eaten it yet, but am looking forward to trying it over the weekend. It came frozen in steaks, a bit like cuts of fillet steak,
    I have cooked ostrich before on the egg and found it very like fillet steak but with a stronger, more intense flavour, it is really tender and cooks very well on the egg. I cooked it just like steak, and aminterested if anybody has cooked it differently.
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