Quick Injera by Cooking Channel. Injera is eaten every day in Ethiopian homes and takes the place of utensils. This spongy, slightly sour pancake is torn in pieces and used to scoop up stews, salads and sides. Serve the injera with our Red Lentils (Misr Wat), Chicken Stew (Doro Wat), Braised Cabbage, Carrots and Potatoes and Braised Beef with Peppers (Zilzil Tibs) for an authentic Ethiopian feast.
Injera - Ethiopian Flatbread with 100% Teff. Notes: Use a good non stick thick bottom pan or seasoned cast iron skillet. I too have a pan that I use only for pancakes or anything that goes straight from hob to oven (for example tarte tatin) No stir fries and other things that require mixing. I will absolutely use it for this recipe.
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!
Madhur's Chicken Tikka Masala from Madhur Jarffrey's Curry Nation cookbook. Serve with Indian breads or rice. A black dal would go well with such a meal. I prefer chicken thighs but you may use breasts if you wish.