As the weather here is going crazy…lol one needs some spice to get through the day. Throughout last week, the kids went to school just one day that was how day the weather was. There was snow every other day and icy road so the schools were closed and the only day the went it was also 2 hours delay… Sigh!
While we were at home I made some chicken suya, my kids love suya and catfish pepper soup those are the only dishes that will make them eat spicy food…lol, with a lot of milk to neutralize the spiciness and to think that the spice is not too hot they must drink milk…lol
This is a very simple chicken suya recipe and it is not too spicy for anyone that like a little bit of heat, but that will depend on your Suya spice. I have been wanting to make about the suya spice but postponing it, I will try to make a post about.
I have all the ingredients just to take the pictures of the ingredients, the quantities and make a post about it but because I have some I already made I didn’t have any urgency in making it but I will try and make a post about it.
You might want to try;
- 4 Cups Chicken breast or boneless thigh cut into bite size
- ½ Cup Suya Spice or more
- Seasoning powder or cube
- 2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil for coating
- Skewer soak to avoid burning
- Salt to taste
Soak the skewers in a bowl full of water to avoid burning.
Clean the chicken and cut into bite size, you can pound the chicken to flatten it but it’s optional.
Season with seasoning powder/cube and salt and mix to permeate all the chicken.
Drizzle oil over the chicken and make sure it coats all the chicken and gently thread the chicken into the skewer.
Coat the chicken with the suya spice and make sure all the chicken is coated.
Leave for at least 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with a foil, you can put a wire rack before placing the coated chicken.
Bake for 20-25 minutes turning at 10 minutes interval after 20 minutes drizzle or coat with oil again then continue to bake until it is done.
Serve with sliced onion, tomatoes.
You can also enjoy with garri.
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