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How to make Fish Suya

Suya is popular found in West Africa- Nigeria, Ghana , Cameroons etc.  It is known to be a traditional small chops made by the Hausa people . Today, we going to making fish suya.

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Ingredients:
  • Ginger powder
  • 6 teaspoon of peanut butter or 1/4 cup peanut powder substitute with ground peanuts (groundnuts).  (Note : Use a  squeeze cloth to remove excess oil from the groundnuts before using it).
  • 2 small cubes Maggie or Knorr (seasoning cube) or Beef Knorr powder
  • 2 tablespoons red pepper
  • Crushed red pepper
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • 1 or 2 teaspoon ground white pepper
  • 2 or more tablespoon paprika
 
 

Preparation Steps :

  • Combine all the ingredients in a small blender cup or coffee grinder then blend them together. As shown in this video all the ingredients were bought already grounded and mixed manually. ( I recommend that you ground your peanuts to get a better taste ).
  • Pass the blended ingredients through a fine sieve (optional step).
  • Put in a container and for future use. You could also freeze it if you want.
  • Carefully place your fish on your bamboo.
  • Use this suya spice to rub on fillets tilapia fish (as demonstrated in the video) .
  • Preheat oven to 375 or 425 degrees F.
  • Leave your tilapia fish suya in the oven for 25-30 mins max ( you can leave it for a minimum for15 mins).
  • Cut out onions and a mix of different colors of bell pepper (paprika) .
  • Serve your Fish Suya!

Hope James is the creator of Minnafropolis, a fashion and lifestyle platform. Over the years, Hope has honed her skills as a content creator, influencer, and blogger. She is passionate about teaching women how to maximize their wardrobe, improving our lifestyles, and female entrepreneurship. Hope holds certifications in Digital Marketing and Social Media Management. She also completed her Master's in Business Administration and Project Management. Hope currently welcomes every collaborative opportunity that presents itself and looks forward to working on future projects in varying capacities. If you appreciate quality content over quantity or need to reach a new audience, build a brand affinity through authentic content and partnership contact Minnafropolis, email: minnafropolis@gmail.com

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7 COMMENTS

  • Cody Rhodes

    I have never heard of fish suya🤔. Very interesting content & concept. I will bookmark this page .

    • minnafropolis

      Hi Cody,

      Yes as a blogger I love to create something different and unique. 🙏

  • Constance

    I shared your recipe with my mom today. Thanks 🙏 for making this 😊

    • minnafropolis

      🙏🙏🙏

    • Blake

      The recipe was helpful… I tried it and it worked for me

  • Jamie

    Keep doing your think girl . She is back , cook 👩‍🍳 for us . Love 😘

    • minnafropolis

      Thanks Jamie 💋💋💋

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