30 Minute Meals, Chicken, Christmas Menu, Party food

Stewed Suya Chicdodo

Hi everyone. How are you all doing? Christmas is around the corner, so no would be a good time to start planning your menu ideas and drinks. If you are looking for dishes to inspire you, Look no further, I have lots of recipes on my blog to help you plan ahead. 

So a few days ago I was planning what to make for dinner, and then this idea came to me. I thought why not remix gizdodo. Everybody knows it already, but why not give it an amazing twist that everyone would love to try out. 

I loved the idea and I couldn’t wait to make it. I would tell you one thing my kitchen smelt Amazing whilst making this. And I bet yours will too when you try it out. Without much further ado let’s get started shall we 🙂


  • Chicken breast 
  • 3 large plantain
  • 1 medium size tomato
  • 1 small tatashe 
  • 4 heaped spoon of Suya spice (you can use less if you prefer)
  • 1/2 a teaspoon of Onion powder 
  • 1/2 a teaspoon of Ginger powder
  • 1/2 a teaspoon of Paprika
  • 1 cup of Mixed peppers 
  • 4 tablespoons of Vegetable oil


  • 2 frying pan
  • 1 medium sized bowl 

Prep time: 15 minutes 

Cooking time: tbc

Total time: tbc 


Cut the plantain into cube size and then fry. Once fried set aside. 

and also save at least 2-3 tablespoons of the oil used in frying the plantain. You will need this later 

Cut the chicken breast into small medium  size 

and season with 3 tbs of Suya spice, onion powder,paprika and ginger powder. 

Allow to marinate for at least an hour. If you are pressed for time, allow 30 minutes. 

Blend the tomato and pepper. Once blended, boil on very low heat and allow the water to dry up.

Once the water dries up, set it aside

After the chicken has marinated for a while, heat up the oil.
Once hot, add the chicken and gradually separate it. 

Allow it to cook on low heat. Make sure it’s well cooked. Once cooked (semi fried) set it aside

Next heat up 2-3 tablespoons of oil used in frying the plantain (remember I told you to set some aside?)  . And then add the cooked pepper and fry.

Once fried add the chicken 

Allow to cook together for 5 minutes on medium heat. Please make sure you stir occasionally. 

Next add the remaining Suya spice 

Add the fried plantain 

Mix together 

Finally add the mixed peppers. Allow to mix in for a few minutes and the. Trim off the heat. Make sure the pepper is still a bit crunchy, as it contains vitamins ☺

That’s it all done. Wasn’t that so easy? 

And I bet your kitchen smells divine too. 


That’s it from me today. 

Enjoy your Christmas Holiday (s)

I’ll see you in my next post

Love Duchess O

2 thoughts on “Stewed Suya Chicdodo”

  1. Good one and thanks a lot for sharing. (Will give it a try before Christmas )

    Merry Christmas and Happy New year in advance

    Due Rgds

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