It seems fall has arrived, so bring on the soups and stews! I printed this recipe out months ago, and finally got around to making it this weekend.
African Peanut Soup (also known as African Sweet Potato Peanut Stew) by Terri Mathis Edwards at EatPlant-Based.com is hearty and quite delicious! The combination of fresh ginger, peanut butter, and spices such as cumin, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper add to the flavorful stew served over brown rice.
Notes: I didn’t add the full amount of cayenne initially, but did add a little more after I prepared the stew and did a taste-test. (Cayenne doesn’t like me very much). I also didn’t add fresh cilantro for garnish simply because I didn’t have any on hand.
This one definitely goes into the “keeper” file
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As the author of The “Plan A” Diet: Combining Whole Food Plant Based Nutrition with the Timeless Wisdom of Scripture, Cyd illustrates the correlations between biblical principles and healthy eating, and provides readers with effective strategies for taking an active role in their health. She offers a variety of educational and cooking classes, provides nutritional coaching on both individual and corporate levels, and speaks to local groups. She’s currently developing an online Transformation System in order to help those struggling with chronic health or weight issues to finally achieve long-term success. She and her husband live in Illinois, where they enjoy outdoor activities, classic movies, and old Volkswagens.