The West African peanut stew, generally often called maafe, Ghanian groundnut stew, or nkate nkawan, is a tasty, protein-filled soup that makes use of tons of spices and greens blended in good concord. The peanut (generally known as groundnut) was dropped at Africa by merchants and colonists from South America.
The bottom of the soup is constituted of floor peanuts, tomatoes, onions, and spices. Chunks of meat (sometimes hen), peppers, and candy potato, are frequent additions to the blended base. In America, some cooks use peanut butter to make a fast model of this hearty African stew as a result of it comes already floor.