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How to make Nigerian beef suya

Nigerian Suya is a very popular spicy street food usually patronised by West Africans.

Suya is also eaten in Sudan and is referred to as "Agashe". It can be made with either ram, kidney, skewered beef, liver, or chicken.

Suya which in English is usually called kebab in English originates from the Northern parts of Nigeria and Niger.

In Ghana, suya is referred to as chichinga.

Most often, suya is sold as a snack in the evening because the vendors usually prepare it during the day.

Learn how to also make your own beef suya at home below.


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