Injera and wat (Eritrean)

Eritrean Cuisine Injera

Yeast-risen flatbread called injera made with teff flour is the special national dish we had at our Eritrean friend, Bēylula's place. It is unique not just because we had it in the Netherlands, it was special because it was homemade by her mother and we were totally spoiled by their warmth and hospitality. Wat or Tsebhi is a very delicious stew made with the special spices. The injera tastes very similar to dosa in the Indian cuisine. There is one vegetable dish with beans that I really like very much. Overall, this was a very wonderful treat.






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