Duba is the Ethiopian word for pumpkin. This pumpkin stew is such a delicious, bold and fragrant dish. It’s a great balance of sweet and bold spices and is great as a main dish or served as a side.
You can serve this healthy and delicious curry with cashew nuts, leftover cold vegies, pickled carrot, yoghurt or fresh coriander.
This “cheat” teff bread is basically a bready pancake you could cook in a skillet in minutes and have with lunch.
If you’ve ever found lentils to be tough on your tummy, don’t despair — just give them a good soak overnight in a bowl of water with the juice of half a lemon.
This Ethiopian Lentil Stew packs a spicy punch, turning lentils into a meal that ticks all the flavour boxes
These two recipes are considered the building blocks of Ethiopian cooking
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