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    Marcus Samuelsson, chef, and an owner of Red Rooster, Harlem.

    Recipe #447171

    From Cooking Light, this sounds like a really yummy stew and healthy for you too! Ethiopian Berbere spice is a mixture of dried chiles, cloves, ginger, coriander, and allspice that Cooking Light says can be found at gourmet markets and specialty stores.

    Recipe #426670

    You can store the spiced butter in the fridge in a sealed jar and use as desired. It's delicious over rice or couscous and great as a base for any curry dish.

    Recipe #50081

    Ethiopian bread. Its almost crepe like.

    Recipe #131515

    This traditional Ethiopian recipe is great paired with meat and poultry dishes.

    Recipe #343870

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Every now and then someone requests Ethiopian recipes. Most of the easily available recipes are the traditional stews, and there are hundreds of individual variations of these recipes with the same name. In the Kitchen Information Forum you can find a short glossary of Ethiopian food terms. The word WAT means a stew, and the basic spice mixture used in almost all stews are BERBERE. The recipes are economical, easy and tasty, and always served with INJERA (flatbread). If you type "Injera" in the search line on Food.com you will find more than a dozen recipes. Make the Berbere spice mix first. Prep time tries to include making this spice mix from scratch, although it is available from specialty and Ethiopian stores.

    Recipe #436458

    Healthy, High Protein 1 dish meal. Also you can eat as wrap. You can eat it hot or cold, with veggies or meat.

    Recipe #464461

    A spicy pea puree, goes very well with hot Injeera. Cooking time does not include soaking time for the peas.

    Recipe #184005

    Serve this dish with injera bread for an authentic Ethiopian meal. If you can't find injera, any flat bread would be delicious. recipe #454644 would make this a complete meal. Recipe from Homemakers magazine.

    Recipe #454643

    Ethiopian Cabbage. A favorite, and not really prompting ostracism... honest... For a complete Ethiopian feast, make this dish with (other recipes from my book): - Lentils of Doom - Tofu Dorowat (if you like tofu, or are accomodating a vegetarian... chicken otherwise) - Beef Stew in Berbere Sauce Making these four dishes together, you can: - Pick up one lg white onion and chop it finely. Split it four ways between the dishes. - Pick up one 28-oz can of crushed tomatoes and split it between the Dorowat and Beef Stew Start the beef early, then the dorowat. Then, do the lentils (assuming pre-cooked potatoes) and cabbage. Pick up some Enjera (that amazing yummy bread). Live in Calgary? Pick it up fresh at Amy's Confectionary on 7th between 11AM and 5PM. YUMM!!!

    Recipe #340199

    5 Reviews |  By Mahteme

    I grew up in Asmara, Eritrea eating and making this dish regulary. This dish is one of the most popular dishes in the Eritrean and Ethiopian community.

    Recipe #106194

    1 Reviews |  By byZula

    This looked pretty interesting, so I thought I'd post it.

    Recipe #183693

    This is traditionally served during lent either on its own or with injera bread.

    Recipe #133099

    From the Time Life series of African cooking. This is traditionally served during Lent as a main course but can be served any time of the year as a side dish.

    Recipe #133096

    Ethiopian lentil dish. For a complete Ethiopian feast, make this dish with (other recipes from my book): - Cabbage of Ostracism - Tofu Dorowat (if you like tofu, or are accomodating a vegetarian... chicken otherwise) - Beef Stew in Berbere Sauce Making these four dishes together, you can: - Pick up one lg white onion and chop it finely. Split it four ways between the dishes. - Pick up one 28-oz can of crushed tomatoes and split it between the Dorowat and Beef Stew Start the beef early, then the dorowat. Then, do the lentils (assuming pre-cooked potatoes) and cabbage. Pick up some Enjera (that amazing yummy bread). Live in Calgary? Pick it up fresh at Amy's Confectionary on 7th between 11AM and 5PM. YUMM!!!

    Recipe #340198

    This recipe comes from Classic International Recipes. This dish is popular in Ethiopia, and is used to scoop up stews, or "wat". The recipe information states that it is similar in taste to buttermilk pancakes, but thin, like crepes. Traditionally, injera is formed into a large circle. I posted this to serve with my Recipe #455567 Doro Wat.

    Recipe #455607

    This is a stew like recipe, fit to feed a crowd. I've never tried it, but it looked so interesting I couldn't resist sharing. You could use Zaar to scale this recipe down, and I'm told other meats work in this dish as well as chicken.

    Recipe #43092

    This is a recipe from the web that I found for use in ZWT 7 - for our trip to Africa. I haven't tried it, but it sounds delicious. This bread is traditionally served with butter and honey.

    Recipe #455075

    Quick, fresh and so simple to make with a food processor. Its flavor is meant to be refreshing to offset other spicy hot dishes such as stews or grilled meat and it goes well with any bread. This is an Ethiopian recipe coming from Alford's and Duguid's cookbook on "Flatbreads and Flavours".

    Recipe #141370

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