Steaming "mamaliga" - My Actifit Report Card: May 7 2022

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Mamaliga, the yellow stuff 😁 made from corn is a staple food for many people, specially for a sheep herder which usually live/work in remote places where it's hard to get freshly baked bread so they make this mixture from water or milk mixed with corn flower, common bread replacement.


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We also have the word 'mamaliga' in Polish, but it's a distant version of a Romanian dish. In our case, it means a thick soup that is hard to mix - full of strange random things that do not fit together.

I remember this dish from my last visit to Romania. A paradise for milk eaters. It had many versions.

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I did a search for "polish mamaliga" but didn't come up with much, what is the correct name of the dish?

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https://nck.pl/projekty-kulturalne/projekty/ojczysty-dodaj-do-ulubionych/ciekawostki-jezykowe/MAMALYGA

"Do you know what it is? Usually MAMAŁYGA is associated with something flapfied, spindly and glutinous. And rightly so in a way. MAMAŁYGA is 'a dish made of thickly boiled flour or corn grits'. It may be tasty (which you like), but its appearance is not very attractive: yellow, dense mass, more or less mushy. Traditionally, MAMAŁYGA was eaten in Romania and also in Ukraine. Wincenty Pol wrote: "Hutsuls live mainly in the mamalgae" and of course he meant Hutsuls, not Hutsuls. The name MAMAŁYGA found its way into Polish along with the dish: from the Romanian mamaliga, through the Ukrainian mamaliga - and from there to the Polish language.
Source: [USJP; SJPPWN; SJP Dor; SW, II, 868; SWO]"

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Well this describes exactly the Romanian mamaliga.

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