RECIPE OF THE DAY: Senegalese Peanut Stew

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Maafe –aka groundnut soup, to most West Africans, is an all-time favorite African soup, a dish that is beginning to earn its way in the upper echelons of the soup universe.  Oh yes!  Don’t tell me you haven’t tried it, cause you have been missing out! Looks like Curry right? But it’s not! This Senegalese variation is a spicy peanut stew made with beef, sweet potatoes, and carrots – good enough for a one-pot meal and is delicious with served with rice.

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Maafe (West African Peanut Soup)By African Bites

Yields5 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time55 mins

Maafe –aka groundnut soup, to most West Africans, is an all time favorite African soup, a dish that is beginning to earn it’s way in the upper echelons of the soup universe.  Oh yes!  Don’t tell me you haven’t tried it, cause you have been missing out! Looks like Curry right? But it’s not! This Senegalese variation is a spicy peanut stew made with beef, sweet potatoes and carrots – good enough for a one pot meal and is delicious with served with rice.

 ¼ cup oil
 12 lbs Beef or Chicken
 ½ tsp White Pepper
 2 Fresh Tomatoes Chopped
 1 Medium Onion
 34 Garlic Cloves
 23 tbsp Parsley
 ½ cup Ground Peanuts or Peanut Butter Paste
 1 lb Vegetables, Potatoes, Carrots
 1 Scotch Bonnet or Habanera Pepper
 Salt and Pepper to taste

Ingredients

 ¼ cup oil
 12 lbs Beef or Chicken
 ½ tsp White Pepper
 2 Fresh Tomatoes Chopped
 1 Medium Onion
 34 Garlic Cloves
 23 tbsp Parsley
 ½ cup Ground Peanuts or Peanut Butter Paste
 1 lb Vegetables, Potatoes, Carrots
 1 Scotch Bonnet or Habanera Pepper
 Salt and Pepper to taste
Maafe (West African Peanut Soup)By African Bites

 

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