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8-12 chicken pieces (we used 1 pound or a 1⁄2 kilo of cut up chicken

quarters)

1 medium onion, chopped

1 t salt

1 t pepper

1 T curry powder

1 t cayenne pepper

1 cup smooth peanut butter (natural, never jiffy or skippy)

10 cups hot water

2 medium-ripe tomatoes, pealed. We used about a cup of salsa

Season chicken with onions and all dry ingredients. Moisten with a

little water and cook over medium heat in a large saucepan for 15

minutes. Stir as needed.

While chicken is cooking, mix peanut butter with boiling water in a

bowl until smooth (Ghanaians will use their fingers) Add peanut butter

mixture to chicken when it is ready. Bring to a boil at once and

continue boiling for about 30 minutes.

Grind tomatoes in a blender until smooth, and add to soup. Simmer

until chicken becomes tender and a dark oil begins to form in soup.

Stir often.

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