Dodo and Suya Salsa with Rice Cakes – Nigerian/Mexico food fusion
Dooney's Kitchen
Dooney's Kitchen
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  • 15 mins
  • 10 mins
  • 25 mins
  • 4 You will Need
  • 2 at least
  • 2 tomatoes 1 large cucumber 2 pieces of red bell pepper 2 pieces of green bell pepper 1 piece of Ata rodo (optional) - scotch bonnet/habanero pepper 1 piece of onion 1 piece of Lime ½ a lemon Salt Yaji (suya pepper) How To If you have the dicing kit, just slice the bulbous ingredients in half, to allow it pass through the chute easily. If you don't have the dicing kit, see the body of the post for a manual option, otherwise get to chopping with a chopping board. Start with the plantain first, so you can grill it in the oven while you are chopping the rest of the ingredients. Dust the diced plantains with a generous helping of Suya Pepper Once the plantains have grilled to brown yumminess, combine with the rest of the ingredients, give it a good sprinkling of suya pepper, and the lemon and lime juice Toss around and taste. If it needs a little more salt, add some salt, and finish off with a sprinkling of chopped parsely. 3.3.3077 A fusion of two cultures known for their bold food flavours. Nigeria and Mexico, combining in this gorgeous healthy bowl of sunshine and yummy stuff that is good for you



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