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from: Southern Africa | cooking method: boiling-simmering

Moroko

In Southern Africa the words Morogo or Moroko refer to what Americans call greens: the plants, the leaves, and dishes made from them. This greens and potatoes dish is made by the Sotho (also called Suthu or Suto) people. Much of Africa is too hot to grow potatoes, but potatoes do grow in the highlands of Southern and Eastern Africa. Moroko is similar to Kenya's Irio.

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Recipe contributed by Shawn Phelps.
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