This recipe is my version, which is quite comparable to the best injera I’ve eaten in Ethiopian restaurants. So exciting! It simulates cake flour, which is a combination of cornstarch and flour. I appreciate your kind comments and enthusiasm. 5. The only thing I can think of is the sourdough starter may be a factor. Would that work? Teff, a vital ingredient in good Ethiopian injera, is a very nutritious grain from Africa and is arguably the tiniest individual grain in the world. I also do have a large food processor. Happily, it's easy to find kosher certified teff flour; Bob's Red Mill teff flour is kosher, as is Maskal, which sells both brown and ivory varieties of teff. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out. I’ve tried a whole lot of recipes and was just about to give up when I came across this your recipe, so thank you so much for sharing your knowledge! Thank you for your kind comments. Die Konsistenz dieses säuerlichen Fladenbrots ist eher weich, vergleichbar mit unseren Pfannkuchen. An optional next step is to cook a small portion of the dough, then add it back in to the rest of the (raw) dough. If you let it cool a little, it will lay flat when you pull it to its correct position with little or no harm to the bread. You'll need a large, lidded skillet for the job, preferably non-stick, since the injera batter spreads out best without any greasing at all. Even though my sourdough wasn’t rising to double. The top and bottom of the injera look a little different. When making injera, it’s hard to know how it will turn out; just like how I will never know who I will turn out to be. We love Ethiopian food, and since we’d rather not go to restaurants right now, this really was the crowning touch to the WFPB Ethiopian meal that I made. That’s what I’m going for. The injera not only is your plate in an Ethiopian meal but also acts as the eating utensil. My method of making injera isn’t the traditional method, but it allows you to make it on a moment’s notice without the hassle of four days of fermentation. If you have a dehydrator, you can easily dry the seasoned wedges or squares of injera in there without having to babysit them. Congratulations on your success! Injera is a spongy Ethiopian sourdough flatbread made from teff flour, a grain special to Ethiopia. Altitude, humidity…? Pour off any liquid that has accumulated on top of the batter. I think if anyone can pull off making injera with 100% teff while keeping it’s authenticity, it’s you! Thank you again, I’m going to be a big fan of yours. ጥሩ እንጀራ ለመጋገር ባለሙያ መሆን እና ተደጋጋሚ ሙከራዎችን ማድረግ ያስፈልጋል:: አልሆነልኝም ብሎ መተው አያስፈልግም ምክንያቱም አንዴ በደንብ ከቻላችሁበት በሙያችሁ ትደሰታላችሁ:: ሌላው መገንዘብ ያለባችሁ ጠንቅቆ ለማዘጋጀት ጥቂት ቀናትን እንደሚወስድ ነው:: (ከታች ይመልከቱ) እንጀራን ለማዘጋጀት በረድ ባለ ሙቀት ውስጥ የጤፉን ዱቄት በማቡካት እንዲብላላ ማድረግ፣ ልክ በሌላው አለምም እርሾን እንደሚጠቀሙት ማለት ነው:: መብላላቱ የተፈጥሮ እርሾ ይሰብስብልናል፣ ይህም ለምንጋግረው እንጀራ ለየት ያለ ኮምጣጣነት ጣዕም ያላብሰዋል:: የምንጋግረው እንጀራ እንደምንጠቀመው የዱቄት አይነት ወይ… It’s definitely a big hit in my house! Danielle. Ethiopian Misir Wot – Spicy Red Lentils Without Oil. I also do some Instant Pot Ethiopian recipes. A sourdough starter may be one volume when you begin a recipe and can easily double in size by the time you add it to the batter because it is alive and actively growing as it sits on your countertop. This will create excellent chips called Dirkosh. I’m glad that the recipe made so much since I was able to have some for leftovers and made the crackers for later. Adding cornstarch gives the injera a more pillowy texture. It seems that teff and wheat ferment differently. Or did you feed it just before making your injera? Can you explain how you made your sourdough starter? I hope you enjoy making the injera. In the beginning, it feels grainy like a fine, wet sand. My favorite, which I created after posting this recipe, is made with teff and whole white wheat (whole wheat pastry flour). As long as you keep a sourdough starter in the fridge, you are good to go! If you manage to get that secret sauce, maybe we’re looking at Danielle the millionaire!! Filed Under: Breads Tagged With: teff, teff flour, vegan, vegetarian, Your email address will not be published. Make sure the surface of the pan is smooth: Otherwise, your injera might fall apart when you try to remove it. Yes, you can make it a couple of hours ahead. Even though it increases in volume, its. Injera, the traditional Ethiopian flatbread, is undoubtedly still the most common use for teff, even in the US. "Injera" is an Amharic term for Ethiopian bread similar to pan cake, made usually from teff. If using bread as a utensil is basically the best idea ever, Ethiopians have serious bragging rights with injera, a sour, spongy, earthy, wonderful flatbread. I will continue to experiment, though I doubt becoming a millionaire is in the cards for me, lol! If your fermented batter has a watery layer on top of it (like in the photo above on the left—it's the dark stuff), pour it off into the sink. Good luck! Making crepes has never been so quick and easy. I bought sourdough starter and it never activated and so when I made the recipe it failed. I didn’t realize this when I first made the video, but in experimenting, I’ve discovered that works well. Cook briefly, until bubbles form and the edges start to lift from the pan. It is spongy and flexible with a sour flavor which perfectly compliments the savory and spicy Ethiopian stews on which they are served. 4. Good luck! Even the injera you can buy at Ethiopian markets start to become grainy as they age. Thanks! I would just carefully pulse it to make sure you don’t over-beat it. Then just pop it into your mouth! Thank you so much for the five stars and for taking the time to discuss injera-making with me. Two of my college age grandsons are escaping the virus here while they finish classes on line. Take a large bowl and mix the yeast water with the flour and some salt to a smooth dough. In Ethiopia is the easiest thing to make because of the friendly temperature, humidity level, altitude, and the types of bacteria to the starter. Then (or if not, which is okay too; it all depends on what yeast is in your air), go ahead and stir the batter well. The injera will not get cooler than the room while sitting on the counter. However, I find in the Ethiopian grocery stores that teff and barley are frequently used to make injera. Making injera is very similar to cook pancakes of French crepes. If you wouldn’t mind rating it once you’ve made it, I would really appreciate it. Allow to cook until bubbles start appearing on the top, about 1 minute. Particularly, I don’t add oil which makes the food healthier and less fattening. However, there are some key differences to note. It will definitely turn your injera darker but it will be gluten free. sorghum flour, baking powder, yeast. If the sourdough isn’t the culprit, I can’t imagine what is. Thank you! Still, it isn’t authentic, but it’s delicious! I let it ferment for another day or two and then added water to make it the right consistency for a crepe. Do you have any clue as to what i could have done wrong? I will let you know if I have any success. Hi, Marie, Good luck and happy cooking! Thank you for your question. “In America, injera is made with teff mixed with wheat and barley, but we make it with only water and teff,” said Hailu Tessema, the founder of Mama Fresh, Ethiopia’s first large-scale producer of teff products — responsible for sending those batches of injera to Washington. I’ve had help along the way from friends and his family. I’m not very well versed on gluten-free products so I can only suggest you give them a try. I’ll have to do that myself soon. In Ethiopia, injera is made by pouring in concentric circles working toward the middle. The leet with teff and barley fared better, but I don’t like it as much as I like my version. Then you'll release the injera by turning the skillet over a plate. Aus diesem Grund wird Injera außerhalb Äthiopiens und Eritreas auch oft mit Hirse- oder Weizenmehl zubereitet, auch wenn der Gesc… Good luck!! Just make sure you cover the injera up with plastic wrap or a tea towel until you are ready to use them. 6. There are various recommendations for how long to let injera batter ferment. After three years of experimentation, I’ve come up with a foolproof Ethiopian injera recipe that is quick and easy. Home » Recipes by Type » Breads » How to make injera, Ethiopian sourdough teff flabread, April 1, 2020 by Tamar Marvin Leave a Comment. For the injera: Whisk together the teff flour, all-purpose flour, baking soda and salt in a large bowl. The secret is is getting the right type and amount of bacteria in the starter. One Pack contains 10 Injera. Happy Cooking! So, this recipe is designed to satisfy the needs of busy Americans who do not have the time nor desire to maintain the leet (batter for those of you who don’t know what this is). Click on the photo to order yours through my affiliate link with Amazon.com, for which I receive a small advertising fee. You have me stumped. Our electric Griddle and Crepe maker has a 12 inch diameter surface, ideal for traditional French crepes. If you live near a major metropolitan area such as Washington, DC, or Atlanta, GA, where there are lots of Ethiopian markets, that’s your best bet for finding teff at a reasonable price. Teff is so pricey. To maintain proper fermentation, the mixture's ideal temperature exposure is between 59 and 73 F. Anything more … So excited to try this today! Cover and cook 30 seconds more, until dry and set on top. What’s you best suggestion for an alternative to wheat? Hi, thank you for your question. I look forward to hearing about the results of your experimentation. I catch myself saying stupid things all the time. Otherwise, it'll dry out without getting fully cooked in the center. Delicious- didn’t need salt at all. When working with flour, it is much more accurate to measure by weight than by volume. Tonight I am going to be cooking up the rest of the batter with some shiro, miser wat and some other dishes I have been unable to enjoy without nailing the injera. They usually opt for a blend of teff and self-rising flour and go through the long process of fermentation which is ideal. It’s much easier to keep a sourdough starter that requires little maintenance. When you finish devouring the stews, you eat the plate which has become saturated with their delicious juices! Hi, I will definitely give you a 5 star for the look of the injera and the precision of your recipe and explanation. Add sourdough starter and blend to combine. Thank you, Anna. Wondering if you have some advice for me. Traditional Injera Making.JPG 4,288 × 2,848; 4.04 MB. As moisture accumulates on the inside of the lid, wipe it off with a paper towel or a clean cotton cloth so the moisture does not drop onto the injera and cause gummy spots. However, it's not necessary to have starter to make great injera, as long as you give the batter adequate time to ferment. Thank you for your question, Misrak. It certainly should not taste like all-purpose flour, though it will not taste as strong as 100% teff, as it is a blend. That’s not how physics works. It's nice and sour and has plenty of yeast activity by then. The injera should also easily slide in the pan when shaken. You can keep injera for a few days but in my opinion, it is better to make just what you will use at one time. Your email address will not be published. This video was a revelation. To insure freshness, Injera orders are prepared and shipped on Monday and Tuesday each week and delivered before the weekend. I’ve seen injera recipes using barley instead of wheat and I’ve seen injera made from a blend of barley and teff in Ethiopian markets. Weaving Injera Basket, Tigray (9871691474).jpg 4,016 × 5,106; 777 KB. I’m so glad you had success with my injera recipe. I know an Ethiopian chef who does that and she achieved beautiful pillowy injera, though hers was not as sour as traditional whole teff injera. Danielle, Hi, Carol, Thank you for your question. I have never attempted to make this with no teff at all, so I can only make a guess. This past weekend I made my yummiest injera ever and want to share with my readers the slight variations I made to the basic instructions. I fried it in a frying pan and my husband and I enjoy it very much. Mix, forming a paste. It turned out great and was such a pleasant surprise to me. Allow each piece to thaw, then carefully unfold. It will never be perfectly smooth but will be much less grainy than in the beginning. These will be used to eat the stews by pinching the stews between pieces of injera. Injera is cooked only on one side, without flipping, so you need the lid to set the top. Any tips or scientific explanations are appreciated! Happy cooking! Happy Cooking! Injera is an Ethiopian flatbread with a consistency somewhere between a crepe and a pancake. If you are craving Ethiopian food and have some sourdough starter on hand, this is a bread you can create from start to finish in as little as 20 minutes. Now I am able to achieve it. With a jug pouring the injera dough 3.JPG 2,272 × 1,704; 1.3 MB. Blend on slow initially just to combine ingredients. You'll need a large, lidded skillet for the job, preferably non-stick, since the injera batter spreads out best without any greasing at all. Time to pull out my Ethiopian spices, lol! Danielle. I hope this is helpful to you. The highlight of an Ethiopian meal is the injera soaking up all the saucy goodness of the stews. All those little holes? While the blender is still running, add baking powder and cornstarch. I absolutely love Ethiopian food and have been looking for an approachable injera recipe for a long time. If anyone has been successful making this recipe with just teff, or teff and barley, or some other combination, could you please post your recipe for others? Thank you, Maureen, for your kind comments. Wow, glad to see you’re still active on here. I recommend starting with 36 hours (that is, a day and a half ahead of cooking the injera) and working up if you'd like it to be more sour. I’m fully aware that this isn’t authentic injera, and it isn’t intended to be. The communal aspect captured in the large size of traditional injera is lost because you are not likely to have a non-stick surface large enough to recreate the size. Thank you for the recipe. For example the moisture on the lid top will cause gumminess. Slide onto a clean cloth on a countertop or table. Please visit my, ob's Red Mill Teff Flour, 24-ounce (Pack of 4), Favorite Gadgets, Tools & Cooking Supplies, Hui Kitchen’s Chinese Braised Bok Choy with Shiitake Mushrooms, Hui Kitchen’s Chinese Braised Eggplant with Tree Mushrooms. Cut off time Tuesday 1:00 pm (Eastern time). Some recipes for injera call for baking powder or for adding dry yeast to the batter at the beginning. Click on the photo to order yours through my affiliate link with Amazon.com, for which I receive a small advertising fee. Heat a non-stick skillet with a lid on high heat. You just tear off a piece and fold it over a mound of stew on your plate, pinch off a bite, and pop it into your mouth. Thanks. It produces a very thick In America, this … The rest should be rolled up like cigars and served on the side. Many regions that neighbor Ethiopia have their own version of spongy flatbread, and those generally use other types of flour in different combinations. There are bunch of YouTube videos that claim recipes from 100% teff, and I don’t think they’re being honest, there’s self rising flour somewhere! To those who prefer a whole grain option, I’ve learned since making this video that you can substitute whole wheat pastry flour or whole white wheat flour for the all-purpose flour in this recipe, and you will have injera with 100% whole grain. This is a big deal!!! I still think you should still experiment. Do not scoop the flour from a bag or container with the measuring cup or shake the flour down … The injera came out absolutely delicious, and it was such a thrill after several failed attempts. I made 1/4 of the recipe and made 5 6” rounds to begin to get a feel for the recipe. Like you said, it’s time consuming to get the “leet Irsho” right, and it’s not suitable for busy life, but once you get it right, you can pretty much keep it as long as you want! Every Ethiopian chef I’ve met says it is virtually impossible to make Injera using 100% teff in the United States. Cook on high heat for 15 seconds or until holes form on the top of the pancakes and the batter begins to firm. Pour 1/2 to 3/4 cup batter into the hot pan and tilt the pan on all sides unit the batter spreads evenly across the bottom of the pan. Dies ist eine Hirse Art aus der Familie der Süßgräser und in Europa nur schwer zu bekommen. We really like Ethiopian food. I followed the recipe and video and my injera was a great success!!! Cover loosely with a paper towel, and let the mixture stand overnight. I usually feed my starter the night before so it is very active in the morning. Creamy Ukranian Borscht In Your Instant Pot! Thank you for your interesting question. I agree that teff is quite expensive. Great idea for quarantine food! Now I’m making … Pour the batter onto the hot pan, begin by at the outer edge, or else swirling the pan as in making blintzes. Your email address will not be published. They become a deep rust color and the flavor is not as good in my opinion. Use a spoon to loosely fill your measuring cup with flour. The other side will be spongy looked, softer, will lots of deep holes, sort of surface of the moon-like. It isn’t as sour as real injera, but it is very close in texture and taste to the real thing. Teff is characteristic of Ethiopian injera, and my understanding is that homestyle injera is usually made with 100% teff flour. We previously featured this recipe for a modified approach to making injera with a less lengthy process, but now we’d like to share some well laid out instructions for making traditional injera courtesy of Mary Ostyn. Was it fully developed and sour before you began? I was born in America and my parents are from Ethiopia, a country located in East Africa. Injera is cooked only on one side, without flipping, so you need the lid to set the top. The problem is once you add anything besides water, teff and maybe yeast, it’s not authentic injera anymore. I am sure the batter will get even more sour, being left a few extra hours on the counter. The fermentation process can take up to 2 or 3 days, depending on your climate. Teff is a nifty grain (that's the short story) and a specialty of Ethiopia. My husband just likes it thin and soft. You can get a much better price if you buy it in bulk. My only problem was an inability to make a good injera. Add salt and mix. Some people freeze injera or buy it frozen, but I find that the quality of the injera suffers from freezing. Thank you so much. I did not particularly like the results. No utensils, no problem! Thank you for your insightful comments and your encouragement. The bread bubbled, was light & elastic with a tangy flavor. Barley will give it a very dark color and I understand it is often used in making injera, though I’ve never used it myself, at least not without also adding teff. If you do it while still hot, you will make a gummy spot on the injera. 16" Digital Mitad Grill - Chapatti, Tortilla, & Pizza Maker, Bob's Red Mill Teff Flour, 24-ounce (Pack of 4). Level off the cup with the back of a knife. Thanks for your delightful feedback. By the way, you can also use 100% whole white wheat (or whole wheat pastry flour) as a substitute for all-purpose. Well, I’ve finally done it! Level off the cup with the back of a knife. Lightly oil a 20cm (8in) or larger skillet and heat over a medium heat. Samuel, a co-owner of the store, is very helpful. Pour just enough batter into the skillet to cover the bottom. Living in South America and not having access to teff for many years, I've tried a few of those recipes. In Ethiopia, injera is made with 100% teff all the time. Simply plug the crepe maker in to let it heat up, spread a thin layer of batter and watch it cooks in seconds. As long as you have a sourdough starter going in the fridge, you can make injera whenever you want it, rather than waiting the three or four days for the leet to ferment. In Ethiopia, the best injera is made from 100 percent teff, which gives it a soft, velvety quality and lets the batter ferment longer to make it tangier. I absolutely can’t do gluten. I’d love to know about the starter. I think 100% whole wheat will be too dense. I am thinking of experimenting with your recipe, Danielle, because it is so easy, but using gluten-free flours instead. You may want to microwave each piece 10 seconds or so. Note- if for some reason you have accidentally folded an edge of the injera over itself while transferring to the cloth to cool (it happens to the best of us), allow it to cool slightly before attempting to straighten the injera. Danielle. I make many of my dishes a little differently. I have no idea what the issue is. You just have to mix everything and wait for several days until it is fermented. Stir in the salt. from First time my injera came out perfect and not gummy in the least bit. If you can't find teff at your grocery store, first see if your city has a Whole Foods or a … I can't emphasize this enough—because I thought I was hopeless at injera until I figured it out—injera must be cooked over high heat! With a jug pouring the injera dough 5.JPG 2,272 × 1,704; 1.34 MB. Phenomenal. In step 8 you suggested letting the injera cool on the countertop until it gets cool to the touch, below room temperature. Injera preparation; To prepare injera you need few ingredients. unfortunately, I do not have a high power one. (The ivory is the kind often used at Ethiopian restuarants in the US.). « Uri Buri's Green Remoulade for Grilled Fish (dairy). Having said that, if you want to refrigerate your injera, stack them and then wrap the stack of injera in plastic wrap. A hand-held whisk will work as well. Amazing recipe! It will be rather grainy but will have the sourdough flavor you are looking for. Use a spoon to loosely fill your measuring cup with flour. Teff flour resembles cocoa powder, and the batter it produces looks just like melted chocolate ice cream. Copyright © 2020 Tamar Marvin | 24six.net, How to make injera, Ethiopian sourdough teff flabread. Just like melted chocolate ice cream injera with just teff, and those generally use types. 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