Yields12 ServingsPrep Time2 hrsCook Time15 minsTotal Time2 hrs 15 mins
Suya is Nigerian street food at its finest—think nutty, spicy beef threaded onto skewers then grilled, the finished sticks cradled in paper or foil with a side of fresh tomatoes, sliced red onions, and a sprinkling of yajin kuli.
Yajin kuli is made from yaji—a blend of chiles, ginger, garlic, onions, salt and other spices—and ground kuli kuli, which is essentially dehydrated and defatted groundnut (peanut) paste.
Suya originated in the north of Nigeria, where the knowledge and mastery of meat is second to none.
½cup(spooned) roasted groundnut/peanut butter powder (40g) (see note)