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West African Groundnut Stew
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Recipes Network
West African Pot Roast
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adejoy
West African Jollof Rice is superb! My parents are nigerian. I grew up eating this rice and every eaten at every party where the host is west african. Every west african country has its own version, however this is the best! Enjoy!
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adejoy
West African Jollof Rice is superb! My parents are nigerian. I grew up eating this rice and every eaten at every party where the host is west african. Every west african country has its own version, however this is the best! Enjoy!
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ben@kaboose.com (Kaboose)
Inspired by traditional West African cooking, this hearty stew combines potato, garbanzo beans and peanut butter with a little heat from a medley of spices for satisfying supper fare.
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West African Groundnut Stew recipe. Ready In: 90 min. Makes 4 servings 386 per serving Ingredients: sweet potatoes, or yams, vegetable oil, garlic cloves, ginger, coriander, cayenne pepper, onion, tomatoes, eggplant, stock, zucchini, green bell peppers, tomato juice, peanut butter
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West African Pot Roast recipe. Ready In: 3 hrs 45 Makes servings 1286 per serving Ingredients: beef chuck roast, vegetable oil, onion, water, tomato paste, lemon juice, thyme leaves, red pepper flakes
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www.epicurean.com
Cream the sugar and butter, add the well beaten eggs and the lime juice, then the flour and baking powder. Pour into greased and floured 8" square cake pan and bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes, or until straw stuck into center comes out clean.
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Mary Ostyn, Family Feasts for $75 a Week, Oxmoor House 2009
A couple of years ago we attended an "Africa" night at a local university, where a variety of wonderful African foods were served for dinner. The thing I liked best was a delicious peanut chicken dish that sent me scampering to the internet for a recipe as soon as I got home. The recipe I found was from The Congo Cookbook (www.congocookbook.com). I changed the recipe quite a bit in an attempt to replicate the food we'd had at the university that evening. My family loves this adaptation of the original, served over rice. The original recipe calls for homemade peanut butter. If you'd like to use fresh ground peanut butter, you can grind your own at the grocery store, or whirl some roasted peanuts in your food processor if you happen to have them. Usually I make this recipe with regular peanut butter and think it turns out fine, though it's a little sweeter than it would be with natural peanut butter.
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Lorrie Corvin, Oxmoor House Healthy Eating Collection, Oxmoor House 2006
Ground nuts (in this case, peanut butter) are a staple in African cooking used to thicken dishes, add protein, and contribute flavor.
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bayoucritter aka. angela
I love this dish! My late husband was from Cameroon (fr.West Africa) He taught me to cook their dishes. When I prepare these recipes, I am thankful for having the opportunity for such a wonderful cultural experience. The more you make this dish, the better you get at it. Actually, the beans are a healthy food and very filling. You can add Meat and make this a one-dish meal. A loaf of french bread is great with it. *062910-thank you toubabou-ke member_id=1342512 for pointing out the palm oil. I do use palm oil but for confusion sake I didn't post it. Just kept it simple for other chefs:P* I have also used coconut oil.
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