My Easy Go To Pasta Recipe
As a child in Zimbabwe in my family like many other families, there was a staple meal. Yes every country in Africa and almost everywhere else has a staple food but today my focus is on staple meals within individual homes; specifically my home, then and now. I grew up eating a lot of Sadza.
In Zimbabwe, Sadza is made from Millie Meal which is finely ground maize/corn and water. You prepare it using the specific instructions from Amai / Mhamha (mother) and pair it with a delicious beef or chicken stew and vibrant greens. It's delicious.
Well, I'm a grown woman now, with my own family and household to care for. I run my kitchen people! I have decided to share with you my famous, yes famous pasta dish that is a guaranteed hit at all times. My son is 3 years old. He is at the stage where he decides whether or not he cares for some of the foods I prepare for him. This dish is a winner all the time. Plus you can make it in bulk and have extra for lunch the next day or dinner 2 days later. Don't judge me. You know leftovers are the bomb!
Of course I have linked a video showing how I prepare my pasta so check that out for a visual.
One thing I will note is that I always eyeball measurements and I grab whatever seasoning I feel like adding at that moment. The point is, I have tried many recipes of different meals and foods online and almost every time, the end result is just not as should be. We all have different stoves and taste-buds. Use your judgement when adding spices and on how long you want to let something simmer.
Enjoy The Video:)