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Unique African Bread Recipe Injera Bread

Unique African Bread Recipe Injera Bread Making Injera bread is a unique bread recipe art.

At the very core, Injera bread requires simple ingredients flour, salt, water, and time. Injera is traditionally eaten in the African countries of Ethiopia, Somalia, Djibouti, and Eritrea. History of African food is traditional and foreign since African food recipes like the unique bread recipe injera bread is influenced by colonialists.

Injera pronounced In-jer-ruh is a classic East African bread recipe eaten with many African food recipes. Injera is a flatbread with a unique, spongy texture that is made from teff flour. Teff flour is light whole grain flour you can substitute whole wheat flour in the recipe but the taste will be different.

The taste and texture on injera, however, are quite unique and unlike the crepe. Injera bread is thicker than a crepe but thinner than a pancake. Injera is eaten daily in all most every in Ethiopia, Somalia, Djibouti, and Eritrea family households.

Injera Bread.
Injera Bread Recipe

Unique African Bread Recipe Injera Bread


Ingredients
2 cups teff flour
2 cups water
¼ teaspoon salt
Vegetable oil for coating the pan


Directions
Mix flour, water, and salt. Put the batter aside overnight or up to three days to ferment. The batter will start to bubble and obtain its well-known tartness.

Heat a lightly oiled cast-iron skillet over medium-low heat. In a large mixing bowl add all ingredients and lightly mix well. Heat a lightly oiled cast-iron skillet over medium-low heat. Coat skillet with a thin layer of batter. Cook until holes appear on the surface of the bread flip and repeat cooking on the other side. Cover completed bread with a damp cloth.


Unique Bread Recipe Main Ingredient
Teff flour where to buy is an easy answer, buy Teff flour at Whole Foods, Walmart or online at Amazon or Bob's Red Mill Natural foods.


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