mealie meal


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mealie meal

n. South African
Cornmeal.

mealie meal

or

mielie meal

n
(Cookery) South African finely ground maize
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mealie meal

[ˈmiːlɪmiːl] Nharina f de maíz, maicena f (Sp), Maizena ® f (Sp)

mealie meal

nMaismehl nt
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Beaming with a smile, and with a blue colourful 'chitenge' (wrapper) tied around her waist, she takes some 'mealie meal' (maize flour) from a sachet and sprinkles it into a boiling water while briskly stirring it with a cooking stick to make it thicker.
Beaming with a smile, and with a blue colourful chitenge(wrapper) tied around her waist, she takes some mealie meal (maize flour) from a sachet and sprinkles it into a boiling water while briskly stirring it with a cooking stick to make it thicker.
'The suspect left the van and escaped, leaving the vehicle loaded with groceries, comprising of bags of samp, mealie meal, meat and vegetables,' he said.
It is almost the same price as maize meal (mealie meal being 5c more expensive per serving); and is significantly less expensive than pasta, with a R1.68 differential.
Similar to carp anglers, serious dough fishermen have devised "secret" recipes incorporating such flavourings as curry powder, molasses and even beer, adding them to a stiff mixture of mealie meal, fish pellets and/or animal feed blocks.
Cook that the price of mealie meal rose every day but her pay remained the same.
Mumba," a woman in one of Lusaka's large shanty compounds (slums) expresses her complaints about recent increases in many basic food commodities in local markets: "mealie meal" (corn meal), beans, cooking oil, sugar, kapenta (small fish).
A staple food for the poorest Zimbabwean is mealie meal - bags of corn that can be boiled up into porridge or stews.
A teacher friend called one morning to find her kitchen full of women--some collecting mealie meal or paraffin or vegetables, others who had come for second-hand clothing or simply for counselling.
We condone this as long as he provides financially, and we ask our sisters and daughters "is he not still buying mealie meal? Is he not coming back home at night?" But we don't go further and say "you are standing a risk of contracting HIV and Aids."
Meanwhile, a critical shortage of the country's staple food -- maize -- has drastically pushed up the price of mealie meal by nearly 100% -- from K25,000 for a 25kg bag to K48,000.