To begin with, Ethiopian food is eaten with friends and family. Even the way Ethiopian food is served — on a communal platter — is designed for sharing food with each other. Food is not meant to be eaten alone in the culture of Ethiopia.
Injera: is a fermented flatbread with a unique, slightly spongy texture. Traditionally made Injera is a fermented spongy flatbread made of Teff flour which is a staple food in Ethiopia. Teff is a grain that is native to Ethiopia and is naturally Gluten Free. Give Teff a try and you may find yourself performing like Ethiopian long-distance runners!
Wot: is an Ethiopian stew or curry that may be prepared with chicken, beef, lamb, legumes, a variety of vegetables, spice mixtures such as berbere, and a seasoned clarified butter (nitter Kibbeh).
Berbere: This is an Ethiopian chili powder that is central to Ethiopian cooking. It is known to be fiery hot and full of complex flavor.
Buffet-style plates. The buffet includes Basmati rice or Injera (Spongy sourdough flat Bread) or half of both.
All dishes have traditional Ethiopian flavors.
Vegetarian Choices- Gluten Free, Nut free and Vegan
Cabbage, Potato, and Carrot Stew with authentic flavors (mild)
Carrots and Green Bean Stew with traditional spices (mild)
Beets and Potato Stew with traditional spices (mild)
Beans Choices- Gluten Free, Nut free and Vegan
Red Lentils (Misir Wot) Cooked with Berbere and traditional spices (medium)
Yellow Split Peas (Yeater Alicha wot) cooked with traditional spices (mild)
Cold Lentil Salad (Azifa) made with onions and different spices (medium)
Meat Choices- Gluten Free, Nut free and Diary Free
Chicken Leg (Not traditional Doro Wot) Slow cooked with berbere and Ethiopian spices (medium)
Ground Beef curry- Stew with turmeric and Ethiopian spices (mild)
Delivery $25 within 4 miles radius
All dishes are made from scratch and seasoned with traditional Ethiopian Spices
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