4 Weird Food Eaten In Zimbabwe. See pictures below
Zimbabwe, whose name means “stone tower,” is a popular vacation spot because of Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Zimbabwe has delicious food. Perhaps you are visiting Zimbabwe for the first time and are interested in sampling some of the local fare. If so, the information in this article will be very helpful. What kinds of Zimbabwean foods would you be interested in trying if you consider yourself a foodie?
What exactly do people in Zimbabwe eat? Zimbabwe is home to several different cuisines.
Sadza, a staple food in Zimbabwe and sometimes considered the country’s “national dish,” is a staple food in Zimbabwe. Cornmeal can be eaten in a variety of ways, including as a side to a meat or vegetable stew, on its own as a side dish, or as a thickener in a sauce. Even in neighboring Botswana, where it enjoys similar popularity, it remains a staple food.
A small amount of corn is cooked into a paste with cold water to form the sadza. Next, while stirring constantly, bring the water to a boil. Once the water has come to a boil, decrease the heat to low, cover the pot, and simmer for 15 minutes. At that point, sprinkle in little additional cornstarch and mix it in. Keep going until the spaghetti is a crumbly consistency. Place on a dish and top with the soup of your choice.
Muriwo Unedovi, No. 2
This is a common and healthy dish in Zimbabwe. Spinach (or another vegetable), onions, tomatoes, peanut butter (dovi), and oil are the main components of Muriwo Unedovi. You can eat it over rice or saza.
Preparing muriwo unedovi is simple. To prepare, simply add it to a saucepan of water, stir briefly, and bring to a boil. Throw in some spinach and let it wilt for ten minutes. Take the draining rack out of the draining pan. The onions should be added and stirred in at this point. After that, melt some peanut butter and sprinkle it on top. The next step is to add a quarter cup of water and simmer for five minutes. Wait a few more minutes while you stir it again. Accompany with saza or rice.
3 Mupunga Unedovi
Mupunga Unedovi, which literally translates to “rice and peanut butter,” is one of Zimbabwe’s traditional foods. The dish consists of rice and peanut butter and is seasoned with sauce, salt, and/or spices. The following are the only steps needed to make mupunga unedovi:
The rice must be washed well.
To make a salt solution, bring a basin of water to a boil and add the salt.
Then, cover the rice with boiling water.
Put the onions in, put the onions in, and stir.
Add the peanut butter and mix well.
Add the salt to the rice and whisk it in.
Accompany with a hot curry or mashed potatoes with extra heat.
Muriwo Na Nyama, No. 4
High Fields Stew is another name for this popular Zimbabwean meal, and it’s likely earned that moniker due to its popularity in the suburbs of that country. Beef, onion, oil, salt, water, and spinach make up its meaty and green ingredients. That’s how it is as far as a quick and simple meal goes.
Divide the beef in half lengthwise. Beef, onion, and garlic should be added to a hot pan with oil. Brown the meat to your liking by frying it.
Put the meatballs in the sauce. To soften the onions, toss them gently for a few minutes.
Season with salt and pepper as the water evaporates. Cook the tomatoes for two minutes and then add them. Keep cooking for an additional 5 minutes, or until the tomatoes are soft.
Carrots and shallots, along with a splash of water, can be added and cooked for another 5 minutes while stirring occasionally.
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