Ethiopian Honey Bread- I love to make bread with my kids, and this slightly sweet and chewy bread from Ethiopia is the perfect snack to enjoy. Pairs well with the children's book: Best Beekeeper of Lalibela!

Yemarina Yewotet Dabo: Ethiopian Bread with Honey

Ethiopian Honey Bread- I love to make bread with my kids, and this slightly sweet and chewy bread from Ethiopia is the perfect snack to enjoy. Pairs well with the children's book: Best Beekeeper of Lalibela!

Ethiopian bread is a sweet and savory bread, packed with delicate aroma of ground ginger and cardamom. It pairs really well with hot chai-tea latte.

Ethiopian bread is a sweet and savory bread, packed with delicate aroma of ground ginger and cardamom. It pairs really well with hot chai-tea latte.

Injera – Quick and Easy Spongy, Crepe-like flatbread- Slightly Sour, Slightly Sweet and  Utterly  Addictive. Injera is a Flat round fermented sourdough bread- bread like no other, with a unique, slightly spongy texture. Always present during mealtime, in countries like Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Yemen, Djibouti and Sudan with each country having it’s own variation.

Injera

Injera – Quick and Easy Spongy, Crepe-like flatbread- Slightly Sour, Slightly Sweet and Utterly Addictive. Injera is a Flat round fermented sourdough bread- bread like no other, with a unique, slightly spongy texture. Always present during mealtime, in countries like Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Yemen, Djibouti and Sudan with each country having it’s own variation.

Injera – Quick and Easy Spongy, Crepe-like flatbread- Slightly Sour, Slightly Sweet and Utterly Addictive.

Injera

Injera – Quick and Easy Spongy, Crepe-like flatbread- Slightly Sour, Slightly Sweet and Utterly Addictive.

Ethiopian food for beginners. This is an excerpt from the Food & Drink chapter of Lonely Planet’s guide to Ethiopia & Eritrea.

Ethiopian food for beginners. This is an excerpt from the Food & Drink chapter of Lonely Planet’s guide to Ethiopia & Eritrea.

A milder, but amazingly flavorful Ethiopian stew that is heavenly scooped up with Ethiopian Injera bread! | spachethespatula.com #recipe #vegan

Ethiopian Feast: Yekik Alicha (Turmeric Yellow Split Peas)

A milder, but amazingly flavorful Ethiopian stew that is heavenly scooped up with Ethiopian Injera bread! | spachethespatula.com #recipe #vegan

Injera - if you don't have self rising flour, make your own by adding .5 tsp of salt and 1.5 tsp baking powder to each cup of regular flour. Add a tablespoon of vinegar to your batter.

Injera - if you don't have self rising flour, make your own by adding .5 tsp of salt and 1.5 tsp baking powder to each cup of regular flour. Add a tablespoon of vinegar to your batter.

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