4 Reviews

Very good and different beef stew. I used more peanut butter, like 1/3 cup and topped the stew with roasted peanuts and parsley. Oh, and I cooked it in pressure cooker, for just 20 minutes. Very flavorful.

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rosslare June 23, 2010

We lived in South Africa for some years and since then we lost the recipe. It was wonderful and the spices where just right. We will make this time and time again. Thank you for posting.

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Hannelu June 07, 2009

This was very good. Much different than our usual fare, but everyone loved it (except my 2 year old!). We substituted spinach for collard greens. May do 1/2 cooked and then serve on fresh spinach next time. We also thought it needed more meat (which was very tender and flavorful!), so may double the meat next time. I think the recipe as written would serve more like 6 people, we had a lot leftover. Side note: We made this for OAMC freezer meals, which I probably wouldn't do again. It froze great, but we tripled the recipe and had about 3 pots of the stuff on the stove! It was a lot of work managing such a large quantity. Probably making just one recipe would be fine next time!

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jswinks July 03, 2007

I made this for guests which included a man from Benin, West Africa. He LOVED it, and asked me who taught me to make authentic chop! Everyone liked it.

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ChefTifara October 24, 2006
African Chop