Morogo refers to a Wild spinach found Botswana which is very tasty and one of their national specialties
Andere /Weitere Definition:

Morogo is a term used in South Africa to refer to a type of wild spinach. It is an ingredient used in the rural areas, but also in the mainstream. It is generally combined with onions braised in butter and tomatoes or mixed into Maize porridge.

Morogo is also known as Imifino by Zulu and Xhosa cooks.

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