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Peanut sauce

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This delicious peanut sauce goes well with many Malagasy dishes. Classically, it is served in the southeast of Madagascar together with brochettes, zebu skewers, as street food, and in small restaurants on the roadside. However, you can of course also enjoy chicken skewers or samboza with it. In Malagasy, this sauce is called Lasosy voanjo.

Yields10 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time20 mins
 2 tomatoes
 10 tbsp oil
 1 small piece of ginger
 150 g peanuts
 1 garlic clove
 2 tsp curry
 1 tsp pepper
 15 tsp salt
 1 cup water
 1 tbsp chicken broth
 2 spring onions
1

Score the two tomatoes crosswise. Immerse briefly in boiling water, remove directly and peel off the skin. Put the tomatoes in a small pot and mash them. Add the oil and heat.

2

Chop the garlic and ginger very finely and add them.

3

Chop the peanuts in a blender, there should not be any pieces left that are too big. Add them to the pot.

4

Add curry, pepper, and salt, stir well. Dissolve the chicken broth in a cup of warm water and put it in the sauce. Finally, add two spring onions cut into small rings, and remove the pot from the stove. Enjoy your meal!

Ingredients

 2 tomatoes
 10 tbsp oil
 1 small piece of ginger
 150 g peanuts
 1 garlic clove
 2 tsp curry
 1 tsp pepper
 15 tsp salt
 1 cup water
 1 tbsp chicken broth
 2 spring onions

Directions

1

Score the two tomatoes crosswise. Immerse briefly in boiling water, remove directly and peel off the skin. Put the tomatoes in a small pot and mash them. Add the oil and heat.

2

Chop the garlic and ginger very finely and add them.

3

Chop the peanuts in a blender, there should not be any pieces left that are too big. Add them to the pot.

4

Add curry, pepper, and salt, stir well. Dissolve the chicken broth in a cup of warm water and put it in the sauce. Finally, add two spring onions cut into small rings, and remove the pot from the stove. Enjoy your meal!

Peanut sauce

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