Ethiopian cuisine generally consists of vegetables, spicy meat dishes, and bread. Now, if you are a food lover and particularly one with a soft spot for spice and art, Ethiopian food will definitely surprise you. A typical Ethiopian meal will consist of bread called Injera served with different spicy meat stews called wet along with vegetable dishes.
እንጀራ | Injera @ Benyam Cuisine. Injera is a large round spongy sourdough flatbread that is part of almost every Ethiopian meal. The bread is made from fermented teff flour but can also be prepared unleavened. Injera can be mildly spiced to add flavour or left un-spiced if it is to be served with spicy wets.
ሽሮ | ShiRo @ Benyam Cuisine. Shiro is a delicious chickpea powder-based dish (sometimes also including lentils and broad beans), slow-cooked with Ethiopia's popular — and spicy — red berbere sauce. There are several kinds of shiro to enjoy, from the soupy thin shiro wet to the very thick (gravy like). Try it out!
ጥብስ | TiBs @ Benyam Cuisine. Tibs is a dish mostly made for special occasions. Basically, Tibs is meat sautéed with or without vegetables. There are quite a variety of Tibs cuisines but all depends on the type of meat used, size and even shapes of the cut meat. Tibs will then be served either hot or mild depending on your preference. Tibs can be compared closely to grilled meat. The big difference is in seasoning and serving.