How Injera Bread Brings Together a Traditional Ethiopian Meal — Cooking in America

Jebena Cafe in Seattle is one of the city’s Ethiopian hubs. Join host Sheldon Simeon as he learns how to make injera and the importance of the restaurant in the community.

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  1. traditionally we don't add any onion or pepper in 'kitfo' just salt, spicy pepper powder(mitmita),korerima(sometimes) and the butter and its done…if you add onion and peeper it would be more of a 'dulet' dish rather than kitfo, but i guess its not an ideal thing to market kifo with just minced beef…

  2. Wow, you can tell they’ve been through A LOT but like all African peoples they are strong. So beautiful. I want to try their restaurant!! Habesha food is the best!!

  3. ለምንድነው የኛን ምግብ ሌላ እንዴት እንደሚሰራ የምታሳዩት እኛ ብቻ ነን ማወቅ ያለብን። ቻይኖች ያገር ልብሳችንእን ኮፒ እድርገው ቢዝነስ ይስራሉ which's wrong

  4. You guys, there's one person with different account. They keep posting, they don't like Ethiopian food and Ethiopian eat raw meat. Alone of negative comments so you can respond to them. Don't they just need your comment.

  5. እያስተማራችሁ ፈረንጆች የራሳቸው ምግብ ቤት ከፍተው ኢትዮጵያውያን ገቢያቸው ያቆርጣል። ቻያና ለሌላ ሰው አያስተምሩም ለዛ ነው የቻይና ምግብ ቤት በነጮች የማይሆን።

  6. Just To Add You can also Eat Gluten Free, vegetarian, Beautiful Atomospher and A Place where the locals Dine, Historic Area, Greeted with Beautiful Smiles💝

  7. We don’t even add green-peppers and onions into kitfo I don’t understand why do you guys trynna destroy the culture just keep the traditional recipes and leave it the way it was 🤦‍♀️

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