This easy and quick suya recipe will please spice lovers everywhere! Serve as an appetizer, main or dessert with tomatoes and onions.
This Suya Recipe is Quick and Easy: What I Love
Suya is a street food that West Africans will most likely mention if you ask them. Suya, a spicy and savoury meat that is served on a skewer on the streets of West Africa, is known as.
Because the suya spice can be purchased at a shop, this recipe is quick and easy to prepare.
- This recipe has low carbohydrate.
- It is full of delicious flavours and spices!
Which Suya Spice should I buy?
Suya spice mixtures include ground peanuts and salt. Yaji is the most well-known brand, but you can use other brands.
How to make quick and easy Suya
- Pre-heat oven to 175C/347F Begin by cooking the beef. Cut the beef into equal-sized pieces.
- Mix the suya spice in a bowl. Salt may be needed to make sure the spice is palatable.
- Next, coat each beef piece with suya spice. Finally, assemble them on a skewer (as seen).
- Grill the beef for between 25-30 minutes, or until it is done. Turn the beef halfway through.
- Serve with tomatoes, onions, and suya spice.
- You can marinate the beef for up to 30 minutes if you have more time
- Make the beef chunks thin if you want authentic beef suya.
- Serve with tomatoes and onions
- Serve with some suya spice
What is Suya’s taste?
Suya, a West African spice, is known for its savory, spicy, sweet, and nutty flavours. Suya is used to marinate thin meats and is often served as street food in West Africa. You can either make your own suya spices with ground peanuts and salt or buy ready-made. Yaji suya spices is a popular brand.
Suya is good for you?
You’re good for your health if you follow my recipe and make it at-home. It’s not about the ingredients, but how street food is prepared. However, it is usually safer to make your own food.
Who was the inventor of Suya?
Suya is a Nigerian product that originated in the Northern region of Nigeria. It has been very popular throughout West Africa because it is affordable.
Suya made from beef – There are many ways to make suya, but the key ingredient is high quality meat. I try a lot of different cuts, but I use the best quality meat I can find at the market. I use mainly sirloin and chuck roast. It’s best to use tender, fatty, beefy meat that is easy to cut into uniform shapes.
Peanuts – Roasted peanuts have a distinct nutty taste that distinguishes authentic suya. If you are allergic to peanuts, almonds and sesame seed can be substituted.
Spices – Garlic and onion are great additions to peanut sauce and make it irresistible.