Sadza refers to Zimbabwe's stiff porridge or dumpling common all over sub-Saharan Africa. In Zimbabwe, the word sadza itself is practically synonemous with lunch or supper; having sadza implies having a vegetable or meat dish to accompany it.It is a Fufu-like staple usually made from ground maize or corn, as is Zambia's Nshima or Eastern Africa's Ugali. Sadza is always eaten with a meat or vegetable soup or stew or sauce.
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