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Suya-Spiced Pressure Cooker Brisket Sandwich - Jikoni
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Suya-Spiced Pressure Cooker Brisket Sandwich

Suya-Spiced Pressure Cooker Brisket Sandwich

Utilize your pressure cooker for this easy Suya spiced brisket sandwich, brought to you by Chef Tolu Eros, AKA @thebillionairechef! This open sandwich is going to be your new favorite brunch hit!

Suya spice, also known as Yaji Spice, is a very popular spice originating from across West Africa. This Nigerian-inspired Afro-fusion dish uses traditional Suya spice to heavily season the brisket, cooked to pulling perfection in your pressure cooker. Assemble as an open-faced sandwich on sweet Hawaiian rolls, and host the brunch of a lifetime!

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Suya-Spiced Pressure Cooker Brisket Sandwich

  • Author: Tolu Eros
  • Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
  • Yield: Serves 4-6

Ingredients

Brown Sugar Suya Spice

1 ½ tablespoons ground ginger

1 tablespoon smoked paprika

1 tablespoon garlic powder

2 tablespoons onion powder 

1 tablespoon dried red chili

½ tablespoon chicken bouillon powder 

130g or 1 cup ground peanuts

 

Spread

3 tablespoons mayonnaise

2 tablespoons ketchup 

1 tablespoon sweet chili

 

1 kilogram beef brisket, trimmed of fat 

4 tablespoons softened butter

4 large eggs

6 slices of your favorite melting cheese (Eros recommends provolone, parmesan, cheddar, or mozzarella)

8 sweet bread rolls (Eros recommends King’s Hawaiian)

2 cups arugula or spring lettuce mix

Salt to taste 

Black pepper to taste 

Olive oil


Instructions

 


Keywords: pressure cooker, brisket, open sandwich, sliders, recipe, suya seasoning, Afro-fusion

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