Sadza (Pap, Nshima, Banku, Ugali, Asida)

Sadza, the Zimbabwe term, is an African food made of corn or maize flower. It is called pap in South Africa, ugali in Kenya, banku in west Africa, nshima in Zambia, Asida in South Sudan. Sadza is eaten with meat or vegetable. It is made by adding maize flower in boiling water. Maize flower is continuously added until it turns into a  solid dough.

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