Groundnut Stew

A west African peanut tomato stew with sweet potatoes, lentils, & kale.

Short history: Originating from the Mandinka and Bambara people of Mali in West Africa and eventually becoming a staple of many countries in western Africa, Groundnut Stew is a dish with many names and many variations. Domodah, tigadeguena, maafe, and sauce d’arachide are all names that refer to this hearty, thick stew. Groundnut stew will give you ­­­­essential minerals such as iron, calcium, folate, and selenium. It is also a good source of B vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin K!

Reheating Instructions: Simmer in a pot over medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes or microwave* on high for 2 minutes.

Customer Comments:

“Delicious. Great combination of ingredients and spices.” – Margaret Ha. from Goodyear

“Bill served two years in the Peace Corps and ate a lot of groundnut stew in West Africa. This is a delightful vegan version. He says thanks!” – Pamela Po. from Apache Junction

“Perfectly spiced, a perfect mix of nuts, greens, tomato and lentils.” – Patrick Co. from Glendale




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