Ethiopian Food

Atakilt Wot – Ethiopian Vegetable Dish with Carrots, Cabbage, and Potatoes

I used halved Brussels sprouts in this recipe instead of cabbage, but you could just as easily use thinly sliced cabbage in its place! The instructions won’t change at all. I also included a poblano pepper, which isn’t traditional, but I thought it added another layer to the dish. Omit the pepper if you wish,…

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Azifa Salata – Ethiopian Lentil Salad

Print Azifa Salata – Ethiopian Lentil Salad Ingredients 1 cup green lentils OR a mix of split peas and green lentils, soaked in water for 30 minutes to 1 hour before cooking 1-2 chili peppers, chopped (I used green chilies, but you could also use jalapeños or a different kind of chili pepper… adapt the…

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Yemarina Yewotet Dabo – Ethiopian Honey Bread

Print Yemarina Yewotet Dabo – Ethiopian Honey Bread Ingredients 1 packet of active dry yeast (or if your yeast comes in a large bag like mine, about equivalent to 1 tablespoon of yeast) 1/2 cup of water, warm 1/2 cup + 2 tablespoons of raw honey 1 large egg 1 tablespoon ground coriander seed 1…

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Quick Injera Recipe with Wheat Flour

Traditionally, injera bread takes days to make. I wanted a fast version though for nights when I simply hadn’t been able to plan ahead enough to make injera properly. Although this recipe doesn’t have the classic sourdough flavor, the texture is relatively similar and the flavor goes well with most Ethiopian dishes. Print Fast Injera…

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Doro Wot – Ethiopian Spiced Chicken Stew

The berbere spice for this recipe can be found at this link. Print Doro Wat – Ethiopian Spiced Chicken Stew Ingredients 1 chicken breast, cut into 1/2 inch pieces 1 large onion, finely chopped 6 garlic cloves, mashed 1/2 tsp fresh ginger, mashed 1 large tomato, finely chopped 2 1/2 cups water 2 tablespoons berbere…

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Ethiopian Berbere Spice Mix

This will be updated until I finally make a mix that I like… I’m on an Ethiopian food adventure right now, so I figured it was necessary to figure out how to make my own berbere spice mix! It’s a bit difficult to obtain here in Mexico (especially in larger quantities), so making my own…

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