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A visual guide showing ten traditional kitchen utensils used to cook ugali (sadza), followed by step-by-step instructions for preparing the dish.

Discover the Top Ten Traditional Utensils Used to Cook Ugali (Sadza) and Follow the Steps to Prepare this Staple Dish

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Question: Antika viyenzo kumi vinaviyo tumika kupikia ugali (sadza) kisha andiku hatua za kupika ugali. Use English translations in brackets to explain every step and word for better clarity.

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Viyenzo (or ingredients) you will need to cook Ugali (A staple starch dish in Africa, also known as Sadza) include: 1. Unga wa mahindi (Maize flour): This is the main ingredient used to make Ugali. The flour is made from dried corn that is finely ground. 2. Maji (Water): This is used to mix the maize flour and create the dough for the Ugali. Steps to cook Ugali: 1. Chemsha maji (Boil water): put sufficient water in a pot and bring it to boil. 2. Ongeza unga wa mahindi kidogo kidogo (Add maize flour gradually): Once the water is boiling, start adding the maize flour gradually while stirring to avoid forming lumps. 3. Endelea kukoroga hadi iwe imara (Keep stirring until it's firm): Keep stirring and adding flour until the mixture becomes very thick and starts pulling away from the sides of the pot. 4. Potia kwenye sahani na ugali tayari (Put it in a plate, and the Ugali is ready): Once your mixture is thick and smooth, it is ready. Carefully turn your pot over onto a plate. Your Ugali should hold its shape. Kindly note that Ugali (or Sadza) is usually served with a side of vegetables, meat, or a stew. The thickness of the Ugali depends on personal preference - some people prefer it very thick while others prefer it a bit loose. Enjoy your meal (furahia chakula chako)!

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April 30, 2024, 1:15 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2024

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