Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Spanish use, breadcrumbs used in a soup or mush.
- n. In Peru, a dish consisting of a sweet mush made of various fruits; also, a kind of custard.
- n. In Bolivia, a mud-flow or mud-slide. Such slides occur frequently in the gorges around La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, during the rainy season, and are very dangerous for inexperienced travelers. The mud, however, soon hardens and forms a deep and sterile crust. Portions of the once fertile gorge of the La Paz river have been completely ruined by mud-flows which, in places, attained a thickness of ten to twenty feet.
- Spanish, literally "Moor's dough". (Wiktionary)
“And the combinado classico, a parfait of rice pudding and a purple corn pudding called mazamorra morada - made with dried apricot, papaya and fresh pineapple -”
“In addition, she manages a small business selling "mazamorra" (corn porridge) from her home in order to support her daughters.”
“Now that she lives in the city, she proposes selling "mazamorra" (a sweet cream from purple corn) in the afternoon hours.”
“(Lima) Beans and Delhi Cha (a) t: Peruvian dessert: mazamorra”
“I love mazamorra morada too but the one I made at home was disapointing.”
“And if there’s some mazamorra beside it, even better.”
“In addition, she sells mazamorra "(corn porridge) at the Nazarene Fair on Mondays.”
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