• one of my faves - stewed carrots, potatoes, and green beans
  • Stewed greens
  • Curried lentils - spicy and delicious
  • Fresh Tomato, jalapeno, and onion - Ethiopian pico de gallo
  • Split pea paste
  • Sweet corn chowder
  • Stewed green beans
  • Injera bread - what makes the whole meal!

Our Ethiopian Dish

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A mix of different stewed vegetables and pastes - and you wrap them up in the amazing injera bread. Ethiopian food is such a fun experience.

oj_pplschampion, SwedishSteph, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. jodigreen 104 months ago | reply

    Lolly, this is my favourite food in the whole world. I would eat it every day if I could.

  2. katarina w 104 months ago | reply

    Ooo, love Ethiopian food! Yours looks absolutely delicious!

  3. LollyKnit 104 months ago | reply

    Happy to hear there are other food lovers out there! Ethiopian is always a treat - so communal and so textural. I am with you Jody, I could eat it everyday too! :)

  4. teamkaty 104 months ago | reply

    It's been too long--I wish the Ethiopian restaurants were as good here!

  5. Colorado MJ 104 months ago | reply

    It all looks so good!
    must try Ethiopian food!!

  6. StaceyM. 104 months ago | reply

    that looks sooooo good!

  7. notscarlett7 104 months ago | reply

    It's been YEARS since I've had Ethiopian food. This pic brings back sooo many memories and an overwhelming craving for some of that yumminess.

  8. honeypoo 104 months ago | reply

    this looks really tasty. i want to try ethiopian cuisine because of this photo now. :D

  9. novamade 104 months ago | reply

    Ah, Ethiopian cuisine...how I miss you. When I was in library school my friends and I would hit the Ethiopian resturant in Boston all the time... I am so hungry right now...

  10. thechickswithsticks 104 months ago | reply

    i had a meal like that in college--it was AMAZING

  11. cold bright day 104 months ago | reply

    Oh, how I loves me some Ethiopian food. The tartness of the Injera, the eating with your hands, and the spices, and... I just made myself hungry.

  12. yarnageddon 104 months ago | reply

    When we lived in Calgary, there was one Ethiopian restaurant which Zak and I went to so often that they let him come into the kitchen to see how they made the injera. We have found a place in Vancouver at which he has also managed to gain the favour of the owner; I can't wait til he knows the secrets of cooking it and we can eat it at home!! ;)

  13. swandive00 103 months ago | reply

    there is a tiny ethiopian storefront around the corner from my house in 14th st. heights/NW. you go in, they ask if you want meat or vegetables, and 10 minutes later they give you 14035920342 lbs. of food for $8... i love living in an ethiopian neighborhood...

  14. photomato 95 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Injera and Ethiopian or Eritrean food, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  15. Jude Z 52 months ago | reply

    looks delicious!

  16. same001 [deleted] 31 months ago | reply

    love ethiopian food,like inzera alot..

  17. Lindsay_NYC 30 months ago | reply

    I was browsing this article on CNN and I happened to recognize your name. How random! travel.cnn.com/25-worlds-most-delicious-foods-summer-624771
    Found in a search. (?)

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