Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Ethiopian Injera Bread


Ethiopian Injera Bread from last nights Author Dinner at Restaurant Eugene with Marcus Samuelsson.

Injera is not only a kind of bread, it is also used as an eating utensil. It has  a spongy texture that makes it perfect for scooping up meat and vegetable stews.

Injera bread is made with teff, a small, round grain that is grown in Ethiopia. Teff is very nutritious and contains very little gluten. It has an airy, bubbly texture with a slightly sour taste.

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