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I loved the texture of this dish...almost like a risotto. It was yummy and easy, and great for a quick weeknight dinner. I didn't use the full amount of peanut butter but it was plenty peanut-y for my tastes. Added some sriracha, as well.

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Nicole F. December 31, 2012

I loved this. I cut the recipe in half since it was only my husband and I but then wished I hadn't! Made it with spinach and quinoa since that's what I had and extra PB because we love it. I also left out the lemon because I liked it how it was.

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LittleBitGranola February 01, 2011

Very tasty. I made it with red quinoa. I also used a full bunch of kale. That and the quinoa took up so much room that I added an extra 2 cups of veggie broth, an extra spoonful of peanut butter, and an extra tablespoon of soy sauce. I really enjoyed this dish!

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Reddyrat October 30, 2008

This was a great one pot meal! Delicious and very filling.

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maria.hakanson October 06, 2008

Yum, Yum, Yum! I changed things up a bit, using a spicy peanut butter, sauteing the onion in chili oil and I used more yam and beans than the recipe called for. I also substituted quinoa for the rice, reducing the cooking time from 45 minutes to only 20. Fabulous recipe - I'll definitely make it again!

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BelovedRooster February 21, 2008

My husband and I liked this with yogurt. He said he would definitely eat it again, not me though. I liked it, just not that much. It was very easy to prepare and I'm sure the leftovers will be good.

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Codychop June 14, 2007

This was quite good. However, if I was to make it again I would cut the peanut butter down considerably (2 tbsp maximum). It masked some of the more delicate flavours of the stew and absorbed too much of the liquid. Don't leave out the kale as this gives it a lovely flavour and texture. And Sandy in California was right - much better without the lemon!

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KrabKokonas May 27, 2007

Delish! We enjoyed this dish very much and was very different for us. I used rainbow chard for the greens, but otherwise kept to the recipe. Thanks for posting this unique and tasty meal. It's great on a cold and rainy night!

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VegSocialWorker March 04, 2007

this was very good the taste is quite different before and after lemon. I liked both ways. I was unsure of the chili but it was very good. I used a thai chili as it is what I have and added some louisiana hot sauce. I have added this as a regular for eating during lent

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alleycatb February 22, 2007
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