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Hello sweet team welcome back to my channel. This is sweet Adjeley. In todays requested video by one of our sweet team members, we will be making lamb peanut butter soup. So, without me talking to much let’s get right in to it.


  • To season and steam lamb meat
  • For peanut paste
  • For soup

Step by step method

  • STEP 1

    I am going to parboil my lamb meat with some onion, so it has this taste that I don’t like so the onion help flavor it up a bit. So, I cover it up and bring it to a boil, so our parboil part is done. So we will cut all the vegetables for steaming the meat add our spices to it and go ahead and blend it, so our meat have come to a boil, we will pour that water out add it to separate pot add our blended up Ingredients, tomato paste, habanero peppers, my fresh tomatoes and onion I will add some water season it up with whatever seasoning you like, bring it to a boil, one boil and stir it up and this should be the saltiest part of your cooking process. And we steam it.

  • STEP 2

    Here I have about a cup of peanut butter, I will add one table spoon of my homemade tomato sauce and I will dilute this with some hot water and we are going to cook this into a nice paste, but first we will thin it out until its nice and liquid just like this, and in my original video people wanted to know why I did not do this part. I did not do this part because at the end of the day my soup will come out the same, if not better. But this how you do it, put it on fire, keep stirring because if you don’t its going to splash everywhere. Once oil forms on top it is ready.

  • STEP 3

    Now we check our meat, our sauce has thicken up nicely, so we are going to take all our vegetables out and go ahead and blend it. As I said, it should be the saltiest part of your cooking process, then am going ahead and re-dilute this peanut butter paste and we going to add everything into our soup, so first the blended up Ingredients goes in, I rinse the blender and add the water and then I go ahead and also strain my peanut butter because just in case I have any lumps in it, and I did find a little bit of lumps in it. But its okay you can just pour it direct if you don’t mind, so we add enough water give it a good stir, cover it up and let it come to a boil. Once it comes to a boil, we are going to cook it up for about 10 – 15 minutes, once it comes to a boil we let it simmer nicely but in a the mean time am going to check on my meat because lamb turn to cook very quickly and I like texture in my meat I don’t want it to fall apart in my soup. So, am going to get it out and we are going to cook the soup until it is done and we will reintroduce our meat into the soup. So once oil forms on top of our soup it is nearly done so we will add the meat back and we will let it cook on medium low for about 10 – 15 minutes, then I am going to add some more pepper because I want heat, but bear in mind that this peppers are not very hot, so if your peppers are hot you might not need this much, and our soup is done. Just look at it, because I took the meat out, although nice and tender, it still have texture in it and our soup is still delicious, I hope the sweet team member that requested it is going to try this recipe. Use the first method and use this method too, whichever way it works. And I served it with rice balls which is my hubby’s favorite and there you have it.

  • Thank you so much for watching, I hope you enjoy this video. If you are a new subscriber, welcome to my channel this is sweet Adjeley. Thank you so much for subscribing. And to the sweet team you all know I love you. Until I see you in my next video stay safe, keep loving each other and remember that the love of family is life’s greatest blessing.


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