Ethiopia: Recipes and Traditions from the Horn of Africa

October 8, 2019 - Comment

Experience the wonderful flavors of Ethiopia and chef Yohanis’s dazzling collection of recipes. Ethiopia stands as a land apart: never colonized, it celebrates ancient traditions. The fascinatingly distinct cuisine is influenced by a history enriched with a religious mix of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, as well as some of the most fertile land on the

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Experience the wonderful flavors of Ethiopia and chef Yohanis’s dazzling collection of recipes.

Ethiopia stands as a land apart: never colonized, it celebrates ancient traditions. The fascinatingly distinct cuisine is influenced by a history enriched with a religious mix of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, as well as some of the most fertile land on the continent.
The delicious dishes featured here include Doro Wat, chicken stewed with berbere spice, Siga Tibs, flashfried beef, and Asa Shorba, a hearty spiced fish soup, plus vegetarian dishes such as Gomen, collard greens with ginger and garlic, Azifa, green lentil salad, and Dinich Alicha, potatoes and carrots in an onion turmeric sauce.
Along with photography of the stunning landscapes and vibrant artisans of Ethiopia combined with insightful cultural and historical details this book demonstrates why Ethiopian food should be considered one of the world s most singular and enchanting cuisines.

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Anonymous says:

Thank you very much for introducing our food to the world I have used the recipe for making cheese. Now I am an expert.I have used the recipe for Enjera and It works , thank you

Anonymous says:

Visually Stunning & Accurate I’m so incredibly glad that an Ethiopian decided to collect our recipes and tell our own tradition using our voice. As a diapsora, I’ve always struggled with keeping track of my grandmother and mothers way in the kitchen – from translating their names of so many spices into english and remembering their directions for how to make iconic dishes. This book is truly a gift. A beautiful way to preserve our culture for the generations born and raised abroad, and a beautiful visual journey for those…

Anonymous says:

Finally an Injera recipe that worked for me. I love Ethiopian food, especially injera. Following the recipe given, I was able to make near restaurant qualify injera.

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