Injera is a traditional Ethiopian flatbread that is made from teff flour. It is soft and spongy and has a slightly sour taste. It is often served with curries and other dishes, so it can be a great way to try authentic Ethiopian cuisine. This recipe is easy to follow, and you can adjust it to your taste. Give it a try today and experience the unique flavor of Injera!
For 1 people
- 1 cup - Whole wheat flour
- 4 cups - Self-rising flour
- 1 teaspoon - Baking powder
- 2 cups - Club soda
- 4 cups - Water
- Combine the whole wheat flour, self-rising flour, and baking powder in a bowl.
- Add the club soda and water to the bowl, and mix until you have a smooth and thin batter.
- Heat a nonstick skillet over medium heat.
- Pour the batter onto the skillet, and spread it out evenly.
- Cook the Injera for a few minutes, until the top is dry.
- Carefully flip the Injera, and cook the other side until it is golden brown.
- Remove the Injera from the skillet, and allow it to cool before serving.
Injera is a delicious flatbread that is easy to make and goes great with many different dishes. This recipe is a great starting point for making your own Injera, and can be adjusted to your taste. Whether you are looking for a new way to enjoy Ethiopian cuisine, or just want to try something new, this Injera recipe can be a great way to do it.