Thursday, April 3, 2008

Suya. Suya And Onions (Grilled Spicy Skirt Steak)








Ingredients

finely-ground roast peanuts, shelled and de-skinned
cayenne pepper
tsp paprika
tsp salt
tsp ground ginger
tsp garlic powder
tsp onion powder
meat (beef, chicken, lamb etc) cut into bite-sized cubes
onion, peeled and cut into chunks

Suya Rub

mix spices and peanut powder

Dip and roll the meat in the contents of one bowl, making sure that the meat is completely coated. Allow the meat to marinate in this mix for at least half an hour then place the meat on skewers, alternating with onion, tomato and bell pepper. Cook under a grill or on a barbecue and sprinkle with the reserved peanut mix.



Enjoy

7 comments:

dat one okrika girl...xyz said...

Alhaji can you give a recipe for this.

alhaji said...

Hey dat one okrika girl...xyz, thanks for stopping by, I really appreciate. Feel free to make recipe requests anytime.

Ingredients

finely-ground roast peanuts, shelled and de-skinned
cayenne pepper
tsp paprika
tsp salt
tsp ground ginger
tsp garlic powder
tsp onion powder
meat (beef, chicken, lamb etc) cut into bite-sized cubes
onion, peeled and cut into chunks

Suya Rub

mix spices and peanut powder

Dip and roll the meat in the contents of one bowl, making sure that the meat is completely coated. Allow the meat to marinate in this mix for at least half an hour then place the meat on skewers, alternating with onion, tomato and bell pepper. Cook under a grill or on a barbecue and sprinkle with the reserved peanut mix.



Enjoy

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dat one okrika girl...xyz said...

Alhaji thanks for posting the recipe...thanks for the blog overall..your recipes are great.

Ms. Catwalq said...

ehn, Alhaji. Please where is your house? I am coming for my own....

are you a chef? Please tell me that you own a naija restaurant that does not look like a buka and one that I can honestly say that I am going to patronize...

Nice Anon said...

how do u grind the ground nut then?

alhaji said...

@dat one okrika girl...xyz Thanks, anytime.

@Ms. Catwalq. lol. Yes I'm a chef, I don't own a restaurant yet, opening one is the end game and I'm aggressively working on it. Together we'll change and adjust the sour Image and reputation of naija eateries..it's just matter of time..........

@Nice Anon, just blend them all together in a blender or food processor. Give it a shot and let me know how it turns out....