Saturday, 2 November 2013

How to make Nigerian Suya Noodles

Yep! You guessed right………Boring food day for me. I really didn't feel like making an elaborate meal today so I simply prepared noodles. Noodles is one meal most people cannot do without in Nigeria. This is because it’s really easy and quick to prepare. Even those without kitchen skills are confirmed noodle chefs. Judging from the responses I got when I uploaded this noodle pic as my display picture, I have no other choice than to say noodles is definitely a popular Nigerian meal. My friends actually got inspired to prepare noodles just by looking at the picture….Lmao!!!. Since people tend to eat it a lot, one could get bored and tired of eating the plain version. To make it less boring, I added Beef Suya with few colorful veggies to go with it which made it pop instantly. Also, since i'm trying to cut down on my oil intake and frying which is really common in the preparation of most Nigerian meals, i didn't add oil to this meal and i also skipped frying the veggies because i wanted it fresh. Happy New month dearies :).


Nigerian Suya noodles recipe
• Prep time:  
10 mins
• Cook time: Almost 12 minutes
• Serves:      1
• Region:      Nigeria


Ingredients:: 
• 2 packs Noodles 
• 1 medium sized Carrot 
• 1 medium sized Green pepper 
• ½ Bulb Red Onion 
• 1 Red scotch bonnet pepper 
• Beef Suya (As much as you can eat) 
• 1 tsp. vegetable oil

Directions::: 
Step 1: Chop the Carrot, Green pepper, Onion, Red scotch bonnet pepper- Set aside 

Step 2: In a small pot, Bring two cups water to a boil. 

Step 3: Add the noodles into the boiled water, sprinkle with the seasoning that comes with it. Leave to cook for about 3 mins. 

Step 4: Add the Chopped veggies and Suya - Stir to incorporate and leave for 2 mins. 

Turn off the burner and serve. 
Suya noodles with Cowbell Strawberry flavored milk drink 


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21 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:39 am

    Looks really yummy dobby. I do this all the time.

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    1. Awww!! Dats nice :). Thanks for the feedback.

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  2. It does taste yummy. Very handy for those lazy food days.

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    1. It sure is sisiekomi. Thanks :)

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  3. Will definitely try this out!

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    1. Do let us know how it goes amanda :)

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  4. Anonymous7:04 pm

    The day tried dis,I didn't enjoy it one bit! D suya was just too hard! And since then I haven't tot to try it again.

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    1. Too hard suya? Dat was probably the problem. You'd definitely like it better with freshly roasted and soft suya.

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  5. I love noodles! Most of the time we cook noodles for breakfast.

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    1. It sure comes in handy for a quick breakfast. Thanks rocky :).

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  6. Wow! Will really try dis version cos i don't like noodles! And dobby d peeenneeennee i just made my buns and my dad enjoyed it

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    1. Awww!! Thanks for the feedback queen. You definitly are my sugar peeneenee :D

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  7. Oh! Dobby Dobby! You always make food look so delicious. Love love this idea. Definitely trying this... today:-D

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    1. Awwww!!! thanks nj :). Do let us know how it goes k.

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  8. I advice you try bacon ( pork) all u have to do stir fry with garlic

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    1. thanks for the suggestion bolaji :). Would try it out.

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  9. I tried this now, didn't have suya so I used sausages instead and it tastes incredible Dobby, thanks!!

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  10. I didn't have suya, so I tried this with sausages instead and it tastes incredible, thanks Dobby!!

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    1. Yaaayy!!! Thanks for the feedback Babajide :)

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  11. Anonymous3:01 pm

    Am sorry BUT this is incomplete without fried plaintain (kiddies sized) YEPA! Pure Heaven. I mixmatch with chicken, gizzard, shrimps, heart, liver, kidney, sausages, etc etc depending on mood & budget.

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    1. i agree with you. you could send in pics of your version so i could share if you don't mind :)

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