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Saturday, March 07, 2020

Saturday Breakfast Post...

Food don land!!!









DELICIOUS SUYA SAUCE RECIPE

This meal is fast and tastes really good too.... Hope you enjoy it

Photo credit :@Tspiceskitchen

















35 comments:

  1. I will like to try this.
    Make I go find where to buy Suya. The Mallam that sells at my junction travelled and the person that took over doesn't understand what Suya is. He sells roasted meat as Suya.

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    1. Suya na evening things na...

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    2. You'd not find suya until evening .

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    3. If you are in Lagos, there are 2 places you can get Suya 24/7
      Glover court suya, ikoyi
      University suya, Allen roundabout
      But I prefer glover court. C’est perfect 👌🏽.

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    4. I know. I want to find a new Junction to try. They do leave their griller and table behind, that way you will know a 'mai Suya is around'.

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  2. Cant remember the last time I tasted suya.. after stella wrote about how some aboki's use human meat for suya & some use dead animals. It is a total turn off for me.

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  3. Nice one.

    I ate cold Eba with beans soup.

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  4. Looks yummy.

    Making banga rice this morning




    #Hotmun#

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  5. I think the greatest challenge I'm facing in marriage now is trying to figure out what we will eat.

    No one would probably believe how difficult it is. I will cook stew and two different soups and once its time for dinner, I start getting confused on what we will eat.

    Breakfast is pretty straight forward but dinner ehn, can't just make up my mind easily

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    1. For dinner you can try sweat potatoes with green vegetables sauce, beans, unripe plantain porridge with vegetables, spaghetti and fish sauce there's a whole lot of healthy food for dinner. Just use Google or Better still buz me for meal plan it cost a token though

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    2. Just ask your husband what he will like to eat? Lo ba tan.

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    3. Sis is every woman head ache in early marriage. My mom told me same last month. U will get to master it with time.or try get a time table.

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    4. Anon, that's even worse, he will tell you 'I will eat whatever you give me'. I will beg and beg for him to decide and he will just insist I give him whatever I'm having.

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    5. It never goes away iyawo,the "thinking" is always there as we dont have plenty choices of food !!

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  6. I will try this...but i wount add the flour...

    I did try suya jollof oil rice 2 days ago...

    It was nice and the taste was heavenly ...oh yea...try it

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  7. Ginger and lemon tea for breakfast. I have to burn this fat because I need to look trimmed on my wedding day. Started this journey 10 days ago, and I have lost 3.4kg. I still have like another 4-5kg to burn. I’m was 78kg and my target is 69-70kg by 18th of April... my D~day!

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    1. Congratulations in advance. At this rate, you sure will hit your target. Remember to update us 😘.

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  8. Happy weekend to the Queen of hearts Stella dimoko korkus and all S'BV's, I love you all.

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  9. I don't know why I dont really like having breakfast ,


    A bad habit I need to stop .

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  10. Nice and interesting meals.
    P-Hormones won’t let me enjoy food anymore so no more cooking for me till further notice. Thanks to my girl, made me this bowl of awesome ibom vegetable soup. So Yam and vegetables garnished with dry fish n stockfish got me this morning.

    Dear Stella, I wanna use this medium to thank all the vendors I have interacted and transacted with from your blog.
    CFV Lagos parfait
    Martins - for ombré attachments
    Fatimaaah - for Bedsheets (can’t remember her business name)
    Smiling belle kitchen
    Y’all rock and I pray you uphold these standards and your businesses will continue to grow.

    They never ever disappointed me. Despite reaching out to them on short notice, they delivered promptly. Their services are top notch and I look forward to doing more with them.

    And Stella, thank you for creating this awesome platform cuz without you, we all wouldn’t meet to interact. I appreciate you 😘😘.

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  11. Yam and egg sauce, would have been moimoi but was tired to peel beans.

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  12. Just a slice of toast and several cups of plain green tea. Feeling under the weather. Hardly slept last night as i could barely breathe. Corona virus is NOT my portion in Jesus mighty name AMEN.

    I need pepper soup but no one to make it😢

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    1. Sorry about that. Get well soon 💐

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  13. Tea and bread after doing all the house chores.
    The food up there looks delicious.

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  14. Nice recipe TMSpices, kudos.

    Baked 6 different things:
    tortilla and the salted one Chapati,salted pancakes and very sugary pancakes, chicken nuggets and remaining dough was converted to peppered buns and fried.
    Make your choice, grab a cup of hot choco and munch away, ogbono feli feli.
    Shikena

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  15. Bean pudding and pap. Though I don't know if I should call what's on my plate "pap". But yeah! That's what I am having.

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    1. You don't know if it's pap? then what are you eating🤷‍♀️

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    2. Well,It's looks like pap when you are done. It's just hard to get Nigerian food around here when the cravings hit so you make do with whatever seems like it.

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  16. Brown flakes, skimmed milk and pear 🍐 for breakfast.

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  17. I had white rice,Turkey stew,2 small banana n half English Pear...Famished now self like I never had bf..

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  18. thanks Tspice, will try this, but where can I get suya pepper, will mallam selling suya gv me extra wen I buy suya or can I add Ata gungun( dry red pepper) is soysauce compulsory or is there a substitute?

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    1. Suya spice is sold separately in the market
      Approach those hausa mallams

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  19. Name what l have not done with Suya ?

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