Original article published at TasteAtlas.
Domoda is the national dish of Gambia, a peanut stew made with or without meat and served over fluffy rice. If meat is used in the dish, it is usually beef, bushmeat, or chicken. If Domoda is made without meat, any available vegetables can be added into the stew, usually pumpkins and sweet potatoes.
The vegetarian version is more popular than the meat version because meat is quite expensive in Gambia. The peanut sauce is rich and flavorful, consisting of ground peanuts, tomato paste, and fresh tomatoes mixed with onions or chili peppers. Filled with visually appealing, vibrant colors of the vegetables served over white rice, this hearty dish is believed to taste even better when reheated the next day.
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