No I haven't... it is still sitting in my pantry. What is your recipe for African peanut soup?
I don't exactly have a recipe. I make it a little differently each time. The main ingredients that don't change are: chicken, tomato paste (or tomato sauce), peanut butter and some sort of peppers (bell peppers if you don't like it spicy or spicy peppers or even just a shake of red pepper flakes). The tomato sauce and peanut butter with a little heat make such a good flavor for the chicken. From there I add whatever vegetables I have on hand. I have done sweet potatoes, regular potatoes, squash, zucchini, okra, carrots, onions (almost always have onions). Here's a good basic recipe that sound similar to what I have made in the past: http://www.foodnetwo...cipe/index.html
I usually use boneless chicken though and cut it up and let it cook in the stew. I have done it on the stove top or in the crock pot all day and it's good either way. The flavor is even richer the second day. I alway make a big pot of rice to serve with it too. It's a very easy and hearty stew. You could make it vegetarian or with beef as well, but I like chicken the best. Anyway, when I made this in my pre-gluten free days I would serve it over rice or over biscuits. SO I thought this fufu sounded like a traditional biscuit that just happens to be gluten free. I did find in reading about fufu that western cultures have started to add wheat flours (especially semolina) to make their fufu, so I would not trust any finished product when traveling. Always check the ingredients.
A simple meal with love is better than a feast where there is hatred. Proverbs 15:17 (CEV)