Have you jumped on the peanut train yet? Well, clearly I have because I am posting a second peanut recipe , and I still have another jar to use up. Peanut butter protein balls perhaps next?
My husband began calling this Peanut Chicken Stew “crack” stew because neither one of us could walk by the pot without hovering over it, swiping spoonfuls before and after dinner.
It is that good. I have been dreaming about this stew since we finished it one week ago. This is really special. It makes you feel good, so good, that I made it again today to pair with homemade bread and friends!
When you read the recipe, you are going to jump out of your chair and proclaim I am crazy for putting together the strange mix of ingredients….I jumped out of my chair the first time I saw peanut butter, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, rotisserie chicken,coconut milk, turmeric, brown rice, fresh herbs and other healing spices mixed together.
The, I tried it because I was curious, and I am now a peanut-stew-convert.
On another note, I’m sorry I haven’t posted in almost 2 weeks.Life over here has looked like this-
work. cook. eat. sand. repeat. paint. cook. eat .repeat.paint. repeat. clean.repeat. think about starting the garden. paint.
Our dining room is now painted, and we are working on the impossible task of the kitchen, which entails removing 50 year old wallpaper, sanding with my purple swimcap on to protect my hair , balancing on a 15 foot tall ladder at a 60 degree angle, and finding dust bombs from the sanding on every surface. Today we painted trim. Ick.
I am looking forward to the part where I have a glass of wine and marvel at the newly painted walls.
Until then, I’ll be eating this peanut stew while the weather is still cold, and enjoying this cream sauce without the cream from Eating Well. I used it to make a killer healthy macaroni and cheese last week and in homemade tomato soup. Alas, the healthy mac n’ cheese was downed before I could photograph it. Food blogger photography problems….the subject disappears quickly.
To Your Health,