The thought of suya makes me happy. Suya is a popular street food in Nigeria and it’s particularly sold in the night (I really don’t know why, if you know the reason please let me know by commenting down below)
I love meat, forget fitfam, I can never say No to meat! Suya was my go to dinner at a particular time.
I always tell any mallam I’m buying Suya from, I want plenty pepper 😋.. I would buy the suya in two part, one part to satisfy my cravings and the other to make noodles. If you haven’t tried Suya with noodles you’ve gotta try it out. It’s on point.The Yoruba girl that I am is telling you not to hoard pepper especially Suya pepper lol
My love for Suya meat made me inquisitive about how it is made. I found out the spice is really easy to make. It’s just a blend of spices. The spice is the real deal, you can add it to any meal: pasta, noodles, grilled fish, even Jollof rice. I’ve been adding the spice to every meal I make and it’s so tasty.
Lets jump into the recipe
- 3 tablespoons cayenne pepper (ata gungun)
- 5 tablespoons crushed kuli kuli or crushed groundnut
- 1 tablespoon ginger powder
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 chicken stock cube
- Crush the kuli kuli or groundnut with a mortar and pestle or with a grinder
- Combine all the ingredients in a bowl
- Sift the Suya spice
The Suya spice is ready.
Recipe for Suya meat will be coming up soon.