Injera is a unique Ethiopian flatbread that can be substituted very easily for bread. Usually it’s made with teff flour that’s not easy to find here but there are many versions such as mine here. I also have to add that it is a super quick bread that you bake on a pan on the stove and only 2-3 minutes per flatbread . The sourdough starter really accelerates the fermentation process. In Ethiopia it’s also used instead of forks or spoons to scoop up any kind of food. The spongey texture really absorbs the sauces. It’s even great for breakfast with jam! Continue reading