4 Reviews

my parents spent 5 years in Ghana in the 1950's and this is very similar to what my mother would make. For condiments you can add sliced hard-boiled eggs, potato chips, fried and uncooked tomatoes, coconut, raisins, fried and uncooked bananas etc. The combination of sweet and savoury, smooth and crunchy is wonderful.

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andysp8 November 17, 2011

This recipe is soooo delicious! I usually don't go back for seconds but I couldn't resist. Instead of peanuts we used cashews. I think the banana is really key and accompanies the flavors so well. Awesome recipe!!

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cookinhealthy April 25, 2008

This recipe has been a family favorite since 1960 when my mother returned from Africa. Her recipe card still says 1960 - Africa. For condiments we use walnuts instead of peanuts, carrots, hard eggs, and bacon bits.

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j.schropp January 18, 2008

This was outstanding, and one of the simplest curries i have ever made. Because of the apple i used a spicier curry powder, and baked dried cherries instead of raisins as a topping.

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MarraMamba September 22, 2007
African Chicken Curry