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Zambian Food Nshima Made with Millet & Cassava Recipe by Temzie Bites

Zambian Food Nshima Made with Millet & Cassava Recipe by Temzie Bites

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Nshima is a dish made from maize flour (white cornmeal) and water and a staple food in Zambia. Nshima is almost always eaten with two side dishes, known as “relishes”: a protein source: meat, poultry, fish, groundnuts (peanuts), beans; and a vegetable, often rape leaves, pumpkin leaves, amaranth leaves, mustard leaves or cabbage. The protein sides are known as Ndiyo or Umunani (Zambia) and the vegetable sides are known as masambaor “umuto wankondwa” in Zambia.- Wikipedia.com

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Zambian Food | Nshima Made with Millet & Cassava Recipe
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time20 mins
 1 cup Cold water
 1 ½ cups Millet
 3 cups boiling water
  cup Cassava meal
EQUIPMENT
 bowl of cold water

Ingredients

 1 cup Cold water
 1 ½ cups Millet
 3 cups boiling water
  cup Cassava meal
EQUIPMENT
 bowl of cold water
Zambian Food Nshima Made with Millet & Cassava Recipe by Temzie Bites

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