4 Reviews

An interesting and tasty combination of flavors. I did a rustic version, with ground peanuts and finely chopped apples and tomatoes rather than juice. I also used sweet onion. We scooped it up on crackers. The kids really enjoyed this until they knew what it was, then they looked pretty doubtful but still couldn't stop eating.

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realbirdlady July 01, 2008

Made half a recipe - and wish I had made more! Really different but found it was one I really liked - it went well with chicken. Did add the optional cayenne which gave it zing. Delicious as I knew a Moosewood recipe would be.

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Gerry June 30, 2008

This was really tasty and different! I served it with fried cauliflower for a little snack today. We enjoyed it very much. Made for ZWT4 for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.

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Lainey6605 June 22, 2008

I made this to go with baked chicken tenders, but loved it so much I used what was left for raw veggies. My DH didn't like it, but I didn't care...more for ME! Next time I will cut the recipe in half because this makes alot of sauce. Another gret SueL recipe!!!

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Susie D August 22, 2004
African Peanut Dipping Sauce