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African Stew

What you need: 

5 organic tomatoes
3 organic red bell peppers
1 organic yellow onion
3-4 organic habanero peppers
1 tablespoons thyme
2 organic vegetable bullions
1 teaspoon garlic powder or fresh garlic
1 teaspoon dried or fresh bay leaves
3 cups of cooked brown rice
1/4 cup of olive oil (optional)

What you do: 

In a blender or food processor, grind tomatoes, bell peppers, onion and habanero on puree setting.
Heat in a sauce pan olive oil very high heat.
Pour puree in pan, bring to a boil.
Add garlic powder (if using fresh garlic, grind in with other ingredients).
Add bay leaves dry or fres. Add bullion cubes. Stir. Let simmer on low heat for 30 to 40 minutes.
Stir occasionally.
Serve over brown rice.

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I cannot stop saying how much i love this recipe!!! Today I made it again with red rice and it was spectacular!!!


;)b ;)b African Stew a hit. I used Jalapenos since Walmart did not have habaneros. I used 3 jalapenos was going to use 4 but my youngest son and I started coughing while I was cutting them to take the seeds out.  This is a keeper recipe.  Taste great and so nutritious!!! If we have left overs I plan to bring this to work and share with my coworkers.


I absolutely loved this.  Light and refreshing!  I wasn't sure at what stage to add the thyme so I just added it when it was simmering.  I used fresh time, so I just added several sprigs.  I just finished the leftovers for lunch today and it was wonderful!


I forgot to mention that I didn´t use that much habanero pepper, because it´s too spicy for me.
A little piece of it was already enough for it.
The intense red colour which comes out is really as amazing as it tastes!


This is so super delicious!! I absolutely love this african stew  :)>>>
I have made this many times now, and it became one of my favourite meals. It´s a mix between spicy and fresh!
Everyone should try it.

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