Samp is an African food consisting of dried corn kernels that have been pounded and chopped until broken, but not as finely ground as mealie-meal or mielie rice. The coating around the kernel loosens and is removed during the pounding and stamping process. Wikipedia
Samp and beans is made from sugar beans and crushed corn kernels that are slowly cooked with ingredients like chilli, onions and potatoes. It has been a proudly South African meal for many generations, but few of us are aware of the health benefits of eating samp and beans.
With that being said a woman recently took to social media a picture of the food she cooked. The food consisted of samp and beans. Most people were left disappointed after seeing the food.
Some were saying that it would have been better if she had everything in one pot while cooking. Others highlighted that the food was not bad but her presentation ruined everything. See more reactions down below;
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