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July 22, 2023


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Ricetta molto interessante devo provarla, tutti quei profumi devono essere magici! Grazie per la descrizione accurata, un abbraccio elena


Che buon miscuglio di spezie, farò sicuramente niter kibbe mi incuriosisce molto. Le spezie mi attraggono sempre 😊

Simona Carini

Di spezie la ricetta ne comprende un bel po' e hai ragione, Elena, i profumi sono magici. Fammi sapere se provi a fare le lenticchie :)

Il burro speziato e' ottimo, Marta. Nelle foto e' ancora fuso: quando lo metti in frigorifero e si solidifica e' di un bel colore giallo intenso, grazie alla curcuma :)

Wendy Klik

I made Misr Wat when we read Yes Chef by Marcus Samuellson. Yours looks delicious.

Amy's Cooking Adventures

Very creative thinking! Looks great!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Wendy :)

Thank you, Amy :)

Debra Eliotseats

I adore Ethiopian food and don't get to have it as much as I would like. I think one could have made any country's cuisine for this book post. Thanks for hosting!


At least I can comment here! Commenting these days is sometimes frustrating. I can't comment at all on some blogs. Amy's is one. Anyway, your stew sounds fantastic! I want to try it, maybe with injera. have you tried making injera with teff flour? A recent project of mine involves using breadfruit flour (ulu), which I have made. A challenge as with any no or low gluten flour.

Simona Carini

I love it too, Debra, and I hope to explore more dishes in the near future. You're welcome :)

Claudia, I'll follow up via email, with some notes on that. I have never tried making injera though it's on my wish list. Mostly I have not found a recipe that looks right and doable. I use teff flour in other ways and like it. I remember eating breadfruit: I didn't realize it's used to make flour, interesting. I hope your experiments turn out well :)

Delaware Girl Eats

I believe folks think Ethiopian food is too exotic to try but I love tasting food inspired by other cultures -- thanks for sharing!

Simona Carini

I have not eaten Ethiopian meat dishes, but the vegetarian ones are excellent, Cathy. And I am with you: tasting foods from other cultures is a nice way of exploring the world :)

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