soak the wooden skewers in warm water for at least 1 hour
cut the beef or chicken into thin fillets. If you are not able to get the fillets very thin, you can place each one on a flat work table and flatten with a meat pounder(tenderizer) or beat it lightly with a rolling pin, until it is as thin as you want.3. Take out the skewers from the water, and carefully insert the meat fillet through it, making sure that the meat is not longer than the skewer (now, this is your skewered suya meat)
a small bowl, mix the oil and a little salt
pour the suya spice into a tray, and dredge the skewered suya meat in the spice, making sure that all parts of the meat is well covered with the suya spice
about 10 minutes before the marinate time is over, preheat the oven grill at 180º C (350 ºF) or if your grill has no heat setting, simply preheat it on medium for 10 minutes.7. Now, place the marinated spiced suya meat onto the grill rack, arrange them in a way that the hanging meat on the stick, stays flat on the rack .
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