Nigerians and noodles are inseparable. The love affair between them began when the former discovered that the latter is quick and easy to prepare and it’s delicious to boot. The Nigerian love for noodles cuts across all age groups. Thus, it has become the family’s quick breakfast, dinner or even the children’s school lunch.
Noodle making is pretty straightforward. Thus, almost everyone can make it. In fact, there are many whose kitchen skills begin and end with noodles. However, there are levels to making this food. While some people are at the beginners level, others are at the intermediate and proficient levels.
Today’s noodles have a delicious beef suya twist. This variation is a winner. It’s the magic that will elevate the taste and flavour of your noodles. The suya brings its unique flavour and taste to this food while the veggies brighten up the food. If you’ve not tried making suya noodles before, all I can say is, it’s about time you did. On that note, let’s get cooking.
A medium carrot
Small green bell pepper
A Small Tomato
A small bulb of red onion
Scotch Bonnet Pepper to Taste
Salt to Taste
Two Tablespoons of Vegetable Oil
Method of Preparation
Clean and dice the carrot, green bell pepper, tomato and scotch bonnet pepper. Peel, rinse and dice the onion. Set the prepared ingredients aside for later use.
Pour some water into a small pot and bring it to a boil. While waiting for the water to boil, place a clean saucepan on another burner. Add the vegetable oil to it. When it heats up, add the onion and sauté till fragrant. Add the tomatoes and pepper. Stir fry for about two minutes. Add the seasoning and the suya to the saucepan. Stir.
Check the water, if it’s started boiling, add the noodles into the pot and allow it to boil for two minutes. Drain the water. Then, pour the noodles into the saucepan. Stir fry for a minute. Add the veggies; allow it to cook for a minute. Give the food a final stir. Turn off the heat and serve hotFeatured image source: Youtube
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