I don’t know about that….but then again no one believed Noah.
While everyone is getting themselves worked up about the rapture….let’s has a look at this pumpkin and maize meal dish….
Setjetsa is a Sotho dish popular in the Free State region. Zulus call it IsiJingi. It is served as a main dish. It is very easy to prepare and dangerously delicious…..on its own. It’ll have you addicted. I know my fellow South Africans are meat lovers, at least my friends are but you won’t be in need of the meat if serving this dish.
Finally, if the tomorrow is really the end of the world then let this be my last post. Happy Cooking!
Setjetsa / Isijingi Recipe
Half a pumpkin or 1 medium sized butternut, cubed
500ml (2 cups) full cream milk
500ml (2 cups) boiling water
500ml (2 cups) maize meal
30ml (2tbsp) cream
15ml (1Tbsp) butter
10ml (2tsp) salt
1ml white pepper (optional
- Cook pumpkin in boiling water and milk until soft.
- Add maize meal and mix well with a wooden spoon.
- Simmer for about 10 – 15 minutes, stirring continuously until cooked.
- Add the rest of the ingredients.
- Serve hot.
You may be interested in trying out this Isijingi Cheesecake recipe. It will be worth your while. 👇