Outstanding! I already knew about the joys of the African combination of tomatoes, groundnuts, and chilis from a chicken stew from Niger that I make (see my recipes), but this might be even better, especially with the toppings of fresh lime juice and roasted peanuts! I did add a tad more peanut butter (more like a heaping 1/4 cup) and a little more salt, but otherwise it was perfect! Will be making this again, especially now that winter has truly arrived.
This recipe is great. It had a smoky barbeque flavor. I really enjoyed how creamy this dish was. I mixed almond butter with the peanut butter and the dish was heavenly. I also cooked this dish on the stove and it took about 3 hours.
Delicious!! I had to make it without the peppers since I didn't have those on hand, but it was still delicious! I think next time I just might try adding some currey powder.....but it was delicious as is! Served over brown rice. Definitely will be making again! Thanks for this delicious recipe!! Did I mention how delicious this was??? :-)
Very delicious. As a note, I used natural peanut butter which I think gave it a really nice flavor.
This is excellent. A wonderful combination of flavors. The recipe was cut in half and made 4 generous servings. This was served with brown rice couscous.
I absolutely love this recipe. It's hearty yet surprisingly light. Tastes great with cous cous, and the lime at the end is a perfect finisher. Thank you for posting my new favorite recipe!
This tastes fantastic. All the flavors are wonderful and mesh together.