Mamba Spicy Haitian Peanut Butter


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Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals.

It has many health benefits and is also a perfect energy boost that gives us an energy hit.

This savory snack, spread on bread or crackers at any time of the day has a rich and nutty flavor.

Peanut butter is a must everyday snack for Haitian people.

Its name in local creole language is mamba.

Haitian peanut butter is buttery and smooth, but is also hot and spicy, due to scotch bonnet.

Adding this simple ingredient makes mamba different from traditional peanut butter.

It’s delicious and tasty.

When I was a child and I discovered this delicious peanut butter in Haiti it became one of my favorite snack.

Since peanut butter was unpopular in Italy, when we moved back we start to make Haitian peanut butter at home.

Make mamba is really easy and simple. Must to try once in life


  • 500gr of  toasted peanuts
  • 6 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp of salt
  • 2 scotch bonnet or habanero

What you need to make Mamba Spicy Haitian Peanut Butter:

  • Electric grain mill
  • Mixing blow
  • Hand blender
  • Glass jar

Spicy Peanut Butter

One or two tablespoons of mamba could be a part of our daily diet since will give us a good hit of protein

First I mill the roasted peanuts since obtain a sticky flour.

Since my electric grain mill is not big to mill all the toasted peanuts it takes from 4 to 5 turns.

Next I add in mixing blow toasted peanuts flour, salt, habanero and mix using an hand blender.

I add the extra virgin olive oil slowly since obtain  the desired crunchiness.

I use to store mamba in a clean glass jar and take everyday a tablespoon of this food of champions!

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