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|Course||stamp mielies (samp) with sugar beans, butter, onions, potatoes, chillies|
|Place of origin||South Africa|
Umngqusho is a Bantu dish with several variants:
- Made of stamp mielies (samp) with sugar beans, butter, onions, potatoes, chillies and lemons, made to simmer.
- Made of mielie-meal, semolina and peas.
- A Xhosa variant made with "samp and beans" that is served with butter or fat was apparently Nelson Mandela's favourite dish.
- Umngqusho recipe in the Congo Cookbook
- "SouthAfrica.net". Retrieved 2013-04-28.
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