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Ethiopian food & cuisine – what to eat in Ethiopia?

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1. Fit-fit (fir-fir)

fir-fir
fir-fir

Fit-fit or fir-fir is an Eritrean and Ethiopian food typically served for breakfast. It is generally made with shredded flat bread, spiced clarified butter (called niter kibbeh in Amharic or tesmi in Tigrinya), and the hot spice berbere. There are two major varieties of fit-fit depending on the type of flat bread being used: the sour-dough injera (or taita) and the unleavened kitcha (kita in Amharic).

2. Bayenetu

bayenetu
bayenetu

Bayenetu is a collection of meat-free dishes served over a plate of big round injera (a sourdough-risen flatbread with a unique, slightly spongy texture.)

3.Sambusa

Shiro Wat

Misir Wat

Gomen

Gomen kitfo 

Timatim Salata

Ayibe 

Gomen be siga

kitfo 

Ethiopian Pastries

Mesir Wot

Chororsaa 

Chuuco  (besso)

Atkilt Wot

Chechebsa

Inguday Tibs

Fasolia

 Kik Alicha

Itto  (wat)

Derek tibs

Azifa

Buticha

Beet Salad

Qoocco  (kocho)

 

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