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Abdoulie's Domodah Sauce

Abdoulie’s Domodah Recipe

Domodah, according to a Gambian master chef is a stew prepared using beef, lamb, chicken, together with groundnut (peanut) sauce. Domodah (Mandinka language)  is prepared in different variations in Gambia, Mali, Senegal & other West African countries and can also be done without meat. Here is Abdoulie’s version.

Beans in groundnut/peanut sauce

Beans can be prepared in many different ways. In this recipe, I show how you can make beans in groundnut (peanut) sauce. It is a simple vegetarian recipe and the sauce can go with ugali (posho), rice, matooke, … Peanuts are known across many parts of Africa as “ground nuts”.

A simple Katogo recipe with groundnut/peanut sauce & potatoes

Katogo made with potatoes in groundnut/peanut sauce

“Katogo a dish where a staple is cooked in the same pot with a sauce, is popular in all regions of Uganda. The staple is usually matooke, Irish potatoes, cassava or sweet potatoes, while the sauce meat or vegetables – beans, peas, groundnuts or greens.” … as explained in the article from the Daily Monitor Newspaper (link is external): RECIPE: Enjoy Katogo-byenda for breakfast (link is external) where there is another variation of katogo.