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.

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.

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Perhaps the most important food in Ethiopian cuisine, injera is a spongy sourdough flatbread that serves as a bread and an eating utensil.

Perhaps the most important food in Ethiopian cuisine, injera is a spongy sourdough flatbread that serves as a bread and an eating utensil.

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Injera is traditionally made with Teff flour which is a gluten free, highly nutritious grain. Yum! It's a flat, spongy, pancake type sourdough. You have to make a starter for it.

Injera is traditionally made with Teff flour which is a gluten free, highly nutritious grain. Yum! It's a flat, spongy, pancake type sourdough. You have to make a starter for it.

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Shortcut Injera (Ethiopian Flatbread) : Our faster version of the ubiquitous Ethiopian flatbread relies on baking powder and club soda for leavening instead of the classic sourdough starter. Rye flour replaces the more-authentic but hard-to-find teff. (This version is not gluten-free.)

Shortcut Injera (Ethiopian Flatbread) : Our faster version of the ubiquitous Ethiopian flatbread relies on baking powder and club soda for leavening instead of the classic sourdough starter. Rye flour replaces the more-authentic but hard-to-find teff. (This version is not gluten-free.)

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