It is called Suya spice in Nigeria but Chinchinga or Kebab spice is Ghana. This spice is ground peanuts mixed with different spices. The combination of the spices with the ground peanuts rubbed on meat, fish or seafood is an indescribable dynamic. Suya or Chinchinga spice is a favorite go to spice for meats, poultry and seafood in some parts of West Africa.
- 1 pounds or 16 ounces. of (Shrimps, Beef, fish, etc.). Cut the meat into cubes
- Rinse your meat or any meat replacement.
- Add a little salt or any salt alternative.
- Add 1 -2 teaspoon of Afromeals suya (Kebab) spice to your meat.
- Add 1-2 teaspoon(s) of oil (any oil)
- (Optional) Place ingredients in a ziplock bag or a bowl, close it and let it marinated for 30 minutes to 2 hours in a refrigerator.
- (Optional step) Assemble meat on skewer sticks with onions and bell peppers.
- Grill or bake (375 F) the meat in an oven for about 30 – 45 minutes. To keep meat juicy wrap it in foil or use an air fryer. You can also seared/sautéed meat, seafood or vegetables in a pan on a stovetop.
- Pair Suya (Kebab) or Chinchinga with jollof or fried rice, plantain or yam chips and pepper sauce.