The Sunday Mail
MADHUMBE, or magogoya, are grown in wetlands. In Zimbabwe it is mostly in the eastern provinces. They are a good source of carbohydrates and vitamin C. Here’s a way to have a good time with madhumbe.
300g madhumbe washed thoroughly under running water and peeled;
1 000ml vegetable stock;
125ml pressed sunflower oil.
Cook madhumbe in cold vegetable stock until soft but firm.
Remove from heat and allow it to cool.
Peel and cut into squares or rectangles.
Shallow fry in sunflower oil to a golden colour. – Good Book Food.
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