Made with tender, boneless leg of lamb, this quick-cooking staple of Ethiopian home cooking is called awaze tibs and is flavored with awaze sauce, a kicky blend of berbere spices, served with injera and bread
Oh boy, injera is the life of the Ethiopian party! It’s a delicious spongy flatbread that’s both tangy and slightly sour. It’s so versatile, you can use it to scoop up all sorts of tasty stews and dishes. Plus, it’s gluten-free and vegan, so everyone can enjoy it.
But here’s the kicker, injera isn’t just a food, it’s also a utensil! Yep, you heard me right. You tear off a piece of injera, use it to grab some food, and pop it right into your mouth. No forks, knives, or spoons required. It’s like having your own edible utensil. How cool is that?!
So, if you’re looking for a fun and unique way to spice up your meals, give injera a try. Your taste buds and your inner utensil enthusiast will thank you.