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Tim's African Groundnut Stew Recipe

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Olivia Farr
Added: Thursday, October 16, 2008


little bit of peanut oil
1 large chicken breast or stew meat
1 large onion sliced
one small can of tomato paste
1 can stewed tomatoes or use 3 or 4 fresh ones
2 - 4 garlic cloves chopped
3/4 cup of water
juice from 1/2 and orange
1 cup smooth, natural peanut butter
1-2 TBSPs. of crushed red pepper

Heat peanut oil in large skillet until hot. Add onion, chicken and garlic and saute until chicken is just browned. Add a tsp. of red pepper and 3/4 cups of water, then lower heat, add tomato paste, stewed tomatoes, wine and juice from orange. Cook for about 15 mins on low/medium heat, add more red pepper and water. Finally, stir in the peanut butter - you must stir constantly at this point so peanut butter has a chance to blend. Add water if necessary to reduce thickness. Serve over rice.




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