I recently received the best gift from my parents- The InstantPot! Imagine a pressure cooker, but better, faster and with easy-to-use digital buttons. It amazes me how easy cooking has become for us while cooking in developing countries continues to be a very physical event that takes up at least half of the day, usually a woman's. Since my service in the Peace Corps, I have prepared my favorite Cameroonian dish the way I was taught by locals whenever I had the time. When I decided to convert my Groundnut Stew recipe, I did some research (and by research, I mean lots of eating!) and I came up with the below recipe on my Everlast Rocketbook (a great way to easily upload hand-written recipes, lists and journal entries).
Several years ago I made a video about my Cameroonian American life, making groundnut stew and speaking Cameroonian French about my life then, so I decided it would be fun to make a follow-up video. Moreover, I am happy to share this recipe as a resource to the InstantPot community, and to anyone who desires some African flavor in their life!