Suya kebab. Suya is the single most popular street food that most West Africans look forward to eating, as they travel back home. My journey is never complete without countless sticks of suya, piping hot, just off the grill. There are several ways of making suya, the key ingredient in suya is good quality meat.
Suya an African shish kebabs consist of roasted meat coated with a peanuty traditional spices. The thin sliced meat- more often beef (can be made with chicken, goat or fish, even guizzard meat) is slow-cooked over open fire and served with fresh onion, tomato and maybe more suya spices. Suya Spice consists of grounded peanut cakes and a special. You can cook Suya kebab using 10 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Suya kebab
- You need of ingredients.
- You need of beef.
- Prepare of kuli kuli.
- You need of chili powder.
- You need of seasoning.
- It’s of ginger and garlic paste.
- It’s of oil.
- Prepare of bell pepper.
- Prepare of onion.
- It’s of skewers.
Nigerian suya, a spicy shish kebab with a spice blend of roasted peanuts and pepper. Perfect for grilling and irresistibly delicious! There are a few things in life I'd give up a kidney for, (no idea why I picked kidney lol) and suya hands down is definitely one of them! Suya, Nigerian beef kebabs, are seasoned with spicy peanut sauce and grilled to perfection.
Suya kebab instructions
- I usually soak the Suya sticks in cold water for at least 2 hours.
- Cut the beef into very thin fillets.
- In a bowl add ur beef fillets add ginger and garlic paste.
- Add ur seasoning, kuli kuli, chili powder,bell peper & onions.
- Marinate the beef for atleast 1 hour.
- Bring the skewers and thread the beef on the stick.
- Once the beef has marinated for 1 hour, set your oven to preheat for 10 minutes..
- Place the beef flat on the oven rack and put in the oven to roast.
- After 15 – 20 minutes, flip the beef to roast the underside as well.
- The length of time you’ll roast each side depends on how thick the fillets are.
- So total roasting time for both sides of the beef is 30 – 40 minutes.
- Rub some of the remaining groundnut oil on both sides of the beef.
- That's it enjoy.
It's not quite the grilling season in Northern Indiana. Suya is one of the them, although we called it Seree in Sierra Leone. It's basically spicy skewered beef that's made with a tomato and peanut blend. This dish originated in Nigeria and they call it the epitome of West African street food. The beef kabobs are very popular in Nigerian barbecue.