Gold Coast Stew

Back in the early 1970's my mom belonged to a recipe card club...this is from one of those sets. It looks yummy so decided to post it for safe keeping. Haven't tried it yet. Please note the list of possible accompaniments listed below. Will edit once I do. Let me know if you like it!

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  • In large skillet, cook and stir peppers, garlic and onion in butter until onion is tender. Drain off fat. In medium bowl, blend tomato paste and peanut butter; stir in broth and seasonings.
  • Add bvroth mixture and chicken to skillet. Cook and stir over low heat until heated through. (If stew is too thick, stir in additional chicken broth.) Serve over rice; pass your choice of accompaniments.
  • Accompaniments:

  • chopped green pepper.
  • shredded coconut.
  • chopped peanuts.
  • sauteed bananas.
  • chopped green onion.
  • tomato diced.
  • eggplant slices.
  • pineapple cubes.
  • *Chicken broth can be made by dissolving 3 chicken bouillon cubes in 3 cups boiling water.
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"Back in the early 1970's my mom belonged to a recipe card club...this is from one of those sets. It looks yummy so decided to post it for safe keeping. Haven't tried it yet. Please note the list of possible accompaniments listed below. Will edit once I do. Let me know if you like it!"
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  1. aseadrmr
    I have made this so many times for my family. I too had the recipe collection. They love it every time. You can use frozen peppers to make life a little simpler. It is very much like a chicken sate. The peanut butter adds a nice richness without being overpowering. You can fool around with it a bit and add coconut milk for added depth. I usually serve with rice of some kind. Try it. Have fun with it.
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  2. Thea
    Back in the early 1970's my mom belonged to a recipe card club...this is from one of those sets. It looks yummy so decided to post it for safe keeping. Haven't tried it yet. Please note the list of possible accompaniments listed below. Will edit once I do. Let me know if you like it!
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