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West African Goat Peanut Stew Recipe

Discover a new twist on ordinary peanut stew, add goat!  Make and share this easy one pot West African goat peanut butter stew recipe with family and friends tonight.

West African Goat Peanut Stew Recipe


West African Goat Peanut Stew Recipe

    West African Goat Peanut Stew Recipe

Ingredients
1 pound goat meat cut into small cubes
2 medium yellow sliced onion
2 medium chopped green pepper
2 large potatoes diced
2 medium carrots diced
1 cup smooth peanut butter
5 cups vegetable broth
One big pinch of salt or to taste
2 whole cloves
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon allspice
2 hot peppers sliced
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon vinegar

Directions
Sauté goat and olive oil until goat is browned, add onions and green peppers and heat for 3 minutes. Add broth to peanut butter in a separate cup and stir well. Add all ingredients to goat mixture cover and simmer 1 1/2 hours. Serve over rice.

Did you know?
Goats are very competitive with each other having a distinct pecking order. Goats also called chevron are a popular street food in all the regions across the African nation of Ghana. Among livestock, goats rank second only to cattle in terms of their contribution to the income and nutrition of Ghana citizens. Throughout Ghana, goats are a vital part in the formal and informal food production systems. Goats are browsers feed on a wide range of tree leaves and plant roots.


Goats are very competitive with each other having a distinct pecking order.
Goats are very competitive with each other having a distinct pecking order.

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