maize flour

Related to maize flour: Corn flour
Translations

maize flour

nfarina di granoturco or di mais
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I had for breakfast more paprika, and a sort of porridge of maize flour which they said was "mamaliga", and egg-plant stuffed with forcemeat, a very excellent dish, which they call "impletata".
Severe shortage of maize in the country's reserves similarly led to the government importing its supplies from Mexico and lowering prices of maize flour.
Ms Neema Mwamure, a resident of Malindi, said she had hoped the price of a 2kg packet of maize flour to go lower following the project.
Sitara Shams, hailing from Swabi and a student of College of Home Economics, Peshawar, pointed out that women in her village prepared maize flour bread called Da Jawaru Takalai, but Kakorai had its own taste.
The goodies accompanying him were a generous supply of 'Sarson ka Saag', maize flour, conveniently shortened pieces of sugar cane and 'Sattoo'.
A lot of people of Namibia in the eastern Zambezi Region buy and also smuggle- maize flour and fruits such as mangoes from Zambia.
Currently, maize flour is being fortified with vitamins A, [[B.
Literature data on nutrients values of the maize are very limited and there have been no reports about the comparison of the nutrients values in the maize flour available in the commercial market and obtained from the locally grown maize.
The issue of army worms, a destructive insect which attacked and destroyed crops, mainly maize flour in the region including some part of South Sudan was going to be one of the agendas which the two leaders would discuss.
Maize flour prices nave risen by more than 50% this year, prompting the government to reintroduce subsidies in May.
Commercial maize flour was formulated along with three amounts of BSG flour--10%, 20% and 30%.