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Yaa Asantewaa

Yaa Asantewaa

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Yaa Asantewaa (c. 1840 – October 17, 1921) (pronounced YAY ah-SAN-te-wah) was appointed Queen Mother of Ejisu (Asante Confederacy)—now part of modern-day Ghana—by her brother Nana Akwasi Afrane Okpese, the Ejisuhene (ruler of Ejisu). In 1900 she led the Ashanti rebellion known as the War of the Golden Stool against British colonialism.

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Groundnet Stew

Groundnet Stew

Groundnet Stew

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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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