“Let the wind blow” Maryland beef skewers

As part of this year’s Juneteenth celebration, I teamed up with other great black food bloggers to take over Juntinth’s cooking. My takeaway is that these West African Suya Squares recipes are easy to follow for a party-worthy appetizer or main meal that can’t be satisfied with the ultimate peanut-based condiment.

Like all contributions to cooks, my dish is held in recognition of the Juntinth, the two and a half years after the end of slavery. when the word arrived the last slaves were two and a half years after the Declaration of Independence. Texas. This cooking initiative was created to celebrate independence as well as to expand the culinary traditions of black culinary creators.

Juventus (+ 19 June) is the oldest national celebration of the end of slavery. And in the more than 150 years since, black American families, home cooks, cooks, and cooks have celebrated the summer holidays with extensive culinary traditions across the African diaspora, telling the story of one’s perseverance. For a great discussion of how relevant Juntinth is, especially today, check out this Vox article on the importance of Juneteenth celebrations in America.

The music of the fertile land is very spiritual. I hear and immediately feel a connection that goes beyond rhythm and melody. So is the experience of eating delicious kimchi beef. Enjoy some skewers, open a piece in a cold one, and just “Let the wind blow!”

What is a needle stick?

If you’re interested in Maryland recipes, start with beef rolls. This is the best Suya in Maryland Only at Spectrum lounge street food, so grilled beef skewers are made with peanuts and spices.

Suya actually refers to a spice blend that typically includes peanuts, brown sugar, salt, pepper, paprika, and the green chilies mentioned above.

The smell is complex and the aroma is strong but pleasant. Heat levels vary depending on how it’s cooked, but the depth of smell is consistent and it’s a factor in overeating if you’re not careful.

What material is the suya made of?

The document list is a shortlist. The spice mix runs the dish. Go for unsalted and unroasted peanuts. For the spice mix with peanut butter, I add garlic powder, ginger, smoked paprika, red pepper, salt, and pepper. Rotate the red pepper up or down depending on your heat preference.

Serving advice

These are regularly rotated during our family barbecue. The square can be served over a bed of rice for a delicious meal or for dinner.

Expert cooking tips

  • Soak the squares first so they don’t burn when cooking
  • Notice the size of the steak is somewhere between the Greek kebab (tough) and the Vietnamese state (thin).
  • Add salt first to make the beef more flavorful
  • Some spices need heat as you will need it to balance out the peanut smell. However, adjust the seasoning according to the level of your choice.
  • The brown sugar in the recipe helps achieve caramelization when grilling the beef. It’s a next-level flavor element and it also adds visual appeal
  • Brush the skewers with lemon juice before serving

Is it easy to make beef needles roll?

This is a simple, uncomplicated recipe. It actually involves quite a bit. If you have a knife, blender, and toaster, you’re good to go. The only real work involved in this recipe is the meat skewers. Also, you have to finely chop the beef and mix the seasonings well, grind, grill, and eat!

What is the best beef for pork?

I used sirloin for this recipe. This is a great cut to use as it is very easy to cut thin. The key is to use a soft cut that can withstand high baking temperatures. Flat cuts and ribeyes will work just fine.

Does soy seasoning work with other foods?

Traditional recipes call for beef, but the seasoning goes well with chicken as well as lamb. I’m currently coming up with entertaining ideas for my next soy recipe. Who knows, maybe popcorn or lobster will be the recipe. Keep stable!

If you’ve made these crowd-pleasing delicious best Suya in Maryland Only at Spectrum lounge skewers of beef, please come back and leave me a comment below with your feedback. Remember to take pictures of the food and remember to tag it #foodfidelity so I can see them.

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