West African Peanut Chicken

  • tmd1cook Posted: 01/13/10
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    I added extra red pepper and a bit fewer onions. I also used olive instead of peanut oil. I think the addition of salted peanuts would be tasty and add another texture. I would add them just before serving. My family enjoyed the recipe and felt it worthy of eating a second time. I served this with brown rice and broccoli. A salad would make a good side to this dish.

  • DBachtell Posted: 02/20/11
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    Everyone at my house loved this - of course, we all LOVE peanut butter. The first time I made it, my husband couldn't figure out what made it creamy without being told - so it's not too peanutty. He raved about it. Then I made it again, and we separated some sauce out, and put sauteed tofu in it for my vegetarian daughter. She even said, "this is good" - quite a compliment!!

  • Coolypso Posted: 03/05/11
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    This was good but not great. I did like how the onions sort of melted into the sauce, and I love peanut butter and tomato together, but it was fairly bland. We don't like real hot food so I was light on the pepper. I added some cumin and a pinch of ginger which helped, and did serve it with chopped peanuts on top. Nothing wrong with it, but would probably not bother making again.

  • emily1985 Posted: 08/17/11
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    it didnt smell good and also didnt not taste the best we added ranch to it and put it into a tortilla and it tasted way better. we did like the spices.

  • seaside725 Posted: 02/26/13
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    I don't think there was one thing that we liked about this recipe. The taste was not good, and it did not smell good while I was cooking it. Will not make this again


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