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Amaarech and I have been busy working on a new range of spice blends. We're kicking off the year with a new shiro blend: Limut Shiro! Limut translates to "plain." It means that the shiro flour does not contain berbere. It therefore has a light, off-white colour. Other than berbere, limut shiro is enriched with all the usual herbs and spices, including holy basil, rosemary, fenugreek, and ajowan. All our shiros are made with Ethiopian chickpeas, yellow peas, and fava beans, giving them a delicious creamy texture.

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A fully plant-based and naturally gluten-free selection of Ethiopian recipes. The ebook covers the full range of Ethiopian dishes to help you create the perfect vegan beyaynetu (a mix of vegan dishes) served on a plate of injera. There is a glossary at the end for you to refer to. The recipes featured are: 


100% teff injera - Sourdough flatbread 


Ye'Atikilt Wot - Cabbage, potatoes, and carrot stew


Ye'Metbesha miser - Red lentil stew


Firfir be'Gomen - Torn injera bits soaked in a tomato and kale sauce 


Awaze - Spicy pepper sauce


Ye'Tofu Tibs - Saucy rosemary tofu fry 


Ye'Qeysir Selata - Beets and fresh herb salad 


Ye'Mitad Shiro - Thick roasted chickpea flour stew


Shiro Tegabino - Roasted chickpea flour stew 


Timatim Selata - Fresh tomato and herbs salad


Da'ata - Spicy & tangy green chili dip 

Ye'Duba Wot - Oven roasted squash stew  

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ethiopianfoodie celebrates the flavours and ingredients of Ethiopian

cuisine through plant-based cooking.

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