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Quick and easy. Because I used 100% natural PB, I added 1 teaspoon of sugar and 1 tablespoon of soy sauce (low sodium). I also used 2 thinly sliced carrots instead of the zucchini.

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Anoushka May 13, 2013

I really liked this recipe, wasn't sure how the peanut butter and chickpeas would work but it came out very good. I used broccoli and carrots for the veggies because I had some in the house, also used extra cumin because I like it but only used chili powder because I don't like it too hot. Hopefully it freezes well, I'll definitely be making this again.

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Chele519 November 19, 2012

This was really tasty! I didn't put in the zucchini, but had sautéed snow peas on the side. I made it without carbs, which was plenty filling, but it would have been great with rice or naan!

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pwdcrazy April 30, 2013

Came across this while looking for recipes using turmeric, since I've been reading so much about how healthy it is for you. So glad I did! Yum! This was quite good, which was extra nice since it's so easy to make. I left out the chili peppers (personal preference), and used stock made from bouillon cubes (chicken maybe? Can't read the labels in the country where I live). Didn't have zucchini or peppers on hand so I threw in some broccoli I wanted to use up (steamed it a bit first) and it was so good! The florets absorbed the stew quite tastily and added a nice texture. Per my favorite recipe for Peanut Stew, I also added a tablespoon or so of chopped peanuts. The nutty crunch is grand. The stew thickened beautifully and looked completely gorgeous. I did find that it lacked some flavor and had to add a bit more salt than I would've liked to add, but otherwise I was really happy with this dish. Thanks so much for posting!

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AnnaJ22 June 12, 2012

Oooooh my is this ever delicious! I had a jalapeno on hand vs chili's, so added it (w/ seeds) & the heat was perfect. I can't imagine improving on this recipe in any way! It's healthy, inexpensive & sooo delicious! Thanx so much Yogi!

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Loves nature September 19, 2011

I thought everything was great, except that it needed some more heat, so I used a few tablespoons of chili garlic paste. Thanks!

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NoName12345 April 08, 2010

This wasn't a favorite of ours, which was too bad because it was very easy to make and pretty cheap too

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kel-Cie T January 20, 2010

Its easy to make and surprisingly good! I added 1 cup of chicken broth instead of 2 cups of vegetable broth and the consistency was just right.

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luice.woo November 11, 2009

SOOOO Delicious!!! I was totally blown away by this one. I so love it, and can't wait to impress my bf with this one! Only modifications were that I used minced jalapenos rather than chiles and I omitted the zucchini. Total keeper!

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nocheeseplease October 27, 2009

Thoroughly enjoyed this. I had some squash in which I cubed and added with the courgette and red pepper. It really bulked it out and we ended up with 4 very generous servings - all still got eaten tho. I didn't use more than 1 cup of the stock (maybe my tinned tomatoes were a bit watery) and it was just right. I also tried to make it lower fat and reduced the amount of peanut butter down slightly. It was really very good and I think next time I try it I will use some cocoa nut milk instead of stock. Thank you

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scimietta99 August 24, 2009
Chickpea & Peanut Stew