This delicious recipe is one of the easiest to make. It yields a pretty large amount too, so it makes for a great recipe for meal prep.
I have recently been exploring recipes from Africa and this one originates from West Africa, specifically from Mali, and is also referred to as maafe.
It can be changed up a bit too for some variety, you can cook it with meat or tofu, and add or swap out any vegetables that you'd typically find in a stir fry or curry.
The ingredients are very basic too, and very affordable!
This quick and easy recipe can be served with brown rice, quinoa, or your favourite wholegrain flat bread, but is also excellent by itself.
This recipe can be tailored to be Low FODMAP, just check the portion size for the sweet potato.
It is of naturally suitable for those with a lactose intolerance, and who are gluten free.
And those following a pescatarian, vegetarian and vegan diet can enjoy this delicious meal for lunch, or dinner! (Or breakfast... Who am I to dictate when you eat your peanut stew!)