"Upishi wa ugali"
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stiff porridge -- (usually uncountable, plural stiff porridges) porridge made with a greater proportion of meal or flour so as to achieve a thicker consistency, similar to dough (common in many African cuisines). https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/stiff_porridge. This phrase was used by F. Johnson to translate "ugali" in his 1939 (rep. 1971) "A Standard Swahili-English Dictionary."