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Great homemade coffee with James Hoffmann.
Ndambe (pronounced NAM-bay), a stew of black-eyed peas, tomatoes and onion, is found throughout Senegal, often with bits of lamb or beef added. We speed cooking time by using canned black-eyed peas in place of dried, making it an option for a weeknight dinner. Serve with rice or fonio, or do as they do in Senegal—mashed slightly and spread over a split baguette.
tablespoons coconut oil, preferably unrefined
large yellow onion, chopped
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