3 Reviews

This has nice flavors and went well with chicken, though I think it could go with any meat, fish, or even tofu. I used a little more of the cumin and coriander, and just a touch of the sweetener. A quarter recipe makes plenty for 2 people, though the liquid evaporated after about 10 minutes on low (not sure if this would happen with a full recipe). I still left it on the stove for the full amount of time, and it came out like a relish. Tasty sauce!

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Maito July 01, 2008

This is wonderful! It went really well with grilled chicken. My family enjoyed it immensely and I will make this again. It's a little spicy and sweet. Really yummy. Made for ZWT4 for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.

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Lainey6605 June 29, 2008

I am not assigning stars, as the flavors seemed very similar to that of Indian cuisine. . .of which my family is not a fan. That being said, if you DO like Indian flavors, this would probably go very well atop thinly sliced flank steak, portabello mushrooms, or tofu. I did give mine a whirl in the blender to thicken it up, but otherwise made the recipe as written. Made for Photo Tag.

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JanuaryBride January 21, 2010
West African Barbecue Sauce