Suya is the Nigerian name, Kyinkyinga (pronounced chin-chin-ga) is the Ghanaian name, and Agashe is the Sudanese name. It’s usually cooked with beef, ram, or chicken.
Various spices, such as peanut cake, salt, vegetable oil, and other flavorings, are used as a marinade on the meat. Oyster Mushrooms are used instead of beef in this vegan meal.
Vegan Suya is a healthier version of normal suya with the same excellent taste.
- 2 cups Oyster Mushrooms
- 1 tsp dried red chillies
- ½ tsp ground ginger
- 2 tsps finely ground roasted peanuts skip this if allergic
- ½ tsp garlic
- 1 tsp paprika
- ¼ tsp salt
- ½ tsp onion
- 1 bouillon cube
- Wash mushroom and dry properly with a pepper towel
- Spread out on a baking pan and put in a preheated medium.
- Cook for about 10 minutes and set aside, turning regularly on each side as they can dry up very quickly
- Mix chillies, paprika, garlic, ginger, onion, salt and bouillon cube in a dry bowl.
- Transfer mushrooms in a plate and sprinkle mix to taste.