See how people reacted to which vegetable they will remove in this delicious food.
By Ezecyclopedia | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2 views
Suya which is grilled meat in the hausa tribe in Nigeria is a very popular food or snack among many people. It can be consumed alone or with other things. It is popularly made in the night at every well known but stop in Nigeria. When it is made in the night is still not known but what most Nigerian believe that the darkness is also an ingredient they use in making the suya very delicious.
When suya is sold to a person the seller will have to put some vegetable on it. The sell can either put cucumber, tomatoes, onions or peppers with it.If you were to remove on from this picture which will you remove. For me, I will remove the tomatoes, because I don't like raw tomatoes. Check out how people reacted to this.
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