West African Groundnut Stew

Source: Kim Yorkshire, Delia Smith How to cheat at cooking
Prep time: 30 minutesCooking time: 2 hoursTotal time: 2 1⁄2 hours


Lazy braising


0 gram
beef (cubed braising)
0 tablespoon
peanut butter (whole earth crunchy organic)
onions (medium peeled and quartered)
jalapeno pepper (pieces from a jar)
0 teaspoon
very lazy ginger (english provender)
0 teaspoon
african tsire powder (season pioneers)
0 gram
carrots and swede (ready-prepared diced mixed)
0 gram
tomatoes (chopped)
0 milliliter
vegatable stock (hot made with marigold bouillon powder)


How to make West African Groundnut Stew?
1. Begin by chopping the onions, jalapeno pepper and ginger quite finely in a mini-chopper, then tip them into a bowl and mix with the peanut butter and African Tsire powder, together with some seasoning.
2. Now add the cut of meat to a medium, flameproof casserole, together with the carrot and swede.
3. Pour in the tomatoes, peanut butter mixture and stock and give it all a really good stir.
4. Heat up to simmering point, then turn the heat down cover with a tight-fitting lid and cook very gently, stirring occasionally for 2 hours or until the meat is tender.


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