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This is a simple, yet incredibly delicious Ethiopian dish. Onions, carrots, cabbage and potatoes are sauteed with cumin and turmeric. It's the perfect side dish to any meal.
This is a traditional Ethiopia flatbread cooked in a frying pan. It is usually made with teff flour, a very finely milled flour made from the seeds of teff grass. Millet flour from a health food shop will work fine, however. It's a delicious bread for serving with stews or tagines.
The perfect side dish to any meal. It's packed full of vegetables and flavour. It's also vegan-friendly! Onions, carrots, potatoes and cabbage are simmered in a richly spiced tomato sauce.
This is a delicious vegan-friendly stew. Kale is simmered with onion, pepper, turmeric, paprika, allspice and fresh ginger. It's the perfect vegetable side dish.
This is a unique starter to serve if you're having an Ethiopian-themed dinner party. Cottage cheese is spiced to perfection and served with wilted spinach, cooked with a hint of chilli for just the right amount of heat.
Berbere, an Ethiopian spice blend made with fenugreek, paprika, ginger, coriander and many more spices. It is used in a lot of savoury Ethiopian dishes.
Injera is a naturally fermented, gluten free flatbread from Ethiopia that is made from teff flour and water. It is a long process but very rewarding. The crepe-like batter is cooked like a crepe and turned into a flavourful, tangy bread to serve with your favourite Ethiopian food. Injera is typically served with vegetables and/or meat on top where the bread is actually used as an eating utensil.
Berbere, a blend of sweet and piquant spices, is the secret weapon in this utterly delicious Ethiopian chicken stew.