Sorghum, maize and millet are produced in large quantities in Africa and has found use in composite flours as well as in various traditional foods such as “Uji”, a gruel/porridge cooked from flour, peanut powder, sugar, and water.
A crispy thin dumpling encases a spicy mix of mashed potato and grind meat, which is then folded into triangle shape then deep-fried. It’s a fantastic light meal.
Andazi(Mandazi) is the term for doughnut (deep-fried patisry) in Kiswahili language. Andazi is singular while Mandazi is plural. It is very popular delicacy enjoyed in Kanzania and other countries nearby, and goes well with tea or coffee. The basic ingredients are simple, mixing flour, sugar and eggs.