Sadza is the staple diet for most of Zinbabwean, which is made of white maize (Mealie-Meal) like pap in South Africa, Nsima in Malawi, etc. Normally it is accompanied by stew or vegetable relish in one plate. Muriwo is chopped and cooked African spinach meal. Nyama (or Inyama) means meat or stewed meat.
This is organ stew. Sadza(not in this picture), meat stew and muriwo(like spinach vegetable) are best combination in traditional way.
It is 4cm height warm which can be seen in South African counties. I bought dried one, and then Zimbabwen mama cooked for me. Boil in hot water, wash, boil again in water and oil, after water has gone it fries spontaneously, put much salt and diced tomato. It has like a fish taste.