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This was a hit! I couldn't find fenugreek, so I had to substitute the same amount of ground mustard. Great flavor, wonderful with homemade injera. Two thumbs up!

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Meowser January 19, 2011

This was a great dish but I can't rate it as it is read because I tweeked it a little here and a little there. I can say this............you must have injera bread to be able to fully enjoy this type of dish. I didn't have the fenugreek seeds 'cause I couldn't find them. Still a great and unique flavor and spice that clears the sinuses without overwhelming the pallet.

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badger_medic December 18, 2010

I first tried Ethiopian food while I was traveling through Rome. The spices from the place I could smell around the block. This will do the same thing to your kitchen. Even if you can't find all the spices (and some are expensive at supermarkets) it works well if you have most and the time it takes to watch over a good stew. I promise if you like spicy food (not hot), you'll love this.

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mr.ty July 22, 2010
Ethiopian Beef Stew in Berbere Sauce