Glossary U

Um Ali which means Ali's mother is an Arabic pastry pudding with raisins and coconut steeped in milk
umfüllen is a German word which means "to pour into another container"
Umrühren is a German word which means " to stir", for example to stir the sauce when cooking or preparing it by passing a stirrer, or a whisk through a sauce or liquid in circular motions so as to mix or cool the contents
Urwarwa refers to local alcoholic drink of Rwanda that is brewed from plantains or bananas
Other definition:
Urwarwa refers to a homemade banana wine drunk during celebrations in Burundi.

Umutsima refers to a common Rwanda dish made of cassava and corn
une tranche is a French word which means "a slice"

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