- Chicken Pieces3
- Suya Spice1 TablespoonsIf you live outside Nigeria, you can get this at any African food store or section
- Vinegar1 Tablespoons
- Baby Corns
- Coriander1 TablespoonsIf you live in Nigeria, you can get this at any big supermarket
- Rosemary Branches2
- Vegetable Oil100 Mililitres1/2 cup
- SaltTo taste
- Ground PepperTo taste
- Knorr Bouillon / Seasoning Cubes3To taste
Recipe from Cooking With Rad Economist Blog
1. Mix all the ingredients together with the chicken, put into a bowl, cover and leave overnight.
2. Bring it out, toss it into a preheated oven at 300 to 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes.
3. Do not cover it with foil, let the chicken get dry, check it every 10 minutes.
4. Use a spray can to spray some oil on it, if you don’t have one, use a pastry brush to coat the chicken with a little oil, then slap some more suya spice on it.
5. Repeat every 10 minutes for both sides of the chicken. If you feel the chicken has enough coating, do this only twice during the 40 to 50 minutes cook time.
6. When it is done, sprinkle some more suya spice on it, chop up some red onions and add to the side. The red onion is key as it not only helps to nullify the spice in the suya mix, it also adds a distinct taste.