Friday, June 30, 2006

Ground nut stew

This one is for Sister Ahkinyala who always asks about this recipe.
There are alot of different ways to make this and a lot of different ingredients. I usually make this with chicken just because I live with a bunch of candy as......, never mind. O.K. so if you eat beef or pork you can try those meats also, let me know how it tastes I forget. This can also be a very hearty and rich vegetable stew if you take your time and use fresh vegetables, or it can be a quick out of the can or frozen veggie kind of dish.

You start this off like a traditional stew, browning the meat adding water or broth with the veggies
(potatoes, carrots, onion, cabbage, corn, etc.) and cooking slowly until everything is done. Then I add a good amount of extra-crunchy peanut butter at the end. If you like hot food don't forget the crushed red pepper. This is really great served over rice or just by itself. You can cut the vegies and meat small or make it chunky depending on you tastes and cooking time.

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