Suya Yaji Spice
In Nigeria, you’re likely to find as many suya stands on the corners as you would find Starbucks shops in the United States.
You can use Suya Yaji on suya of course, or kabobs of any kind really, but it is also useful for adding a peanutty, smoky flavor to soups, stews, and sauces. Add it to batters for deep frying food, like fried pickles or cauliflower! It’s even good in pancake and waffle batter, especially if you are doing a savory dish like chicken and waffles. It is a nice rub for fruits, vegetables, meats of all sorts, and some mild tasting fish like cod.
Our Suya Yaji Seasoning blend is nutty, spicy, smoky, and has hints of onion and garlic, making it the perfect blend to use on kabobs.
Our Suya Yaji is hand blended from peanuts, sea salt, paprika, cayenne, garlic, ginger, and onion.