Yield: 10 Servings
|1 cup||Peanut butter|
|6 ounces||Tomato paste (can)|
|8||Chicken breasts [cut up]|
|1 large||Onion [cut up]|
|1 tablespoon||Cornstarch (or more)|
This is a copy of an old Ghanian [from Ghana] recipe a friend gave my mother about 30 years ago. Kinda interesting. It's authentic, but I think the real thing needs some serious hot sauce added.
Combine ingredients in large pot or pressure cooker. Cook until meat is tender. If using pressure cooker, I cook it at 15 pounds pressure for ½ hour. Scrape oil from top. Add corn starch if the gravy is too thin. Serve over rice.
Beef or pork maybe substituted for the chicken, and if your family enjoys fish, a quick way is to cook the ingredients (except meat) until the onion is tender and add a large can of tuna or other fish.
For variety, you might like to substitute rat, lizard, or lion meat!! ~Ruth Cuthbertson
[stuff in brackets is mostly Ruth H. Typos are mine, of course] From : RUTH M. HANSCHKA