hosted by Taste of Ethiopia
An amazing oppurtinty to taste an authentic home-cooked Ethiopian cuisine!
Ethiopian cuisine characteristically consists of vegetable and spicy meat dishes, in the form a thick stew, served atop injera, a large sourdough flatbread, which is made out of fermented teff flour.
At the heart of my supper club stands the idea of introducing more people to this incredibly rich cuisine by staging a culinary experience in an intimate and cozy setting. All ingredients that go into my dishes are sourced locally where possible and each meal comes with a free glass of wine as a welcome.
Join me for a truly Ethiopian supper!
SHIRO ROLLS (v): finely ground chickpeas cooked with
tomato, onion and garlic, wrapped in injera (a unique Eritrean flat bread)
TIBSI: succulent beef cubes fried in purified ghee butter with onions, rosemary and green chili, wrapped in injera
DORO: chicken stew slowly cooked with the rich flavours of chili, garlic and korerima
ZIGHNI: spicy lamb stew slowly cooked to blend with the special flavours of berbere (Eritrean spice mixture), garlic and ginger.
ALICHA (v): mild, creamy curry dish with potato, carrot, cabbage and runner bean, slow cooked with onion, garlic, ginger and turmeric.
SHIRO: finely ground chickpeas cooked with tomato, onion and garlic
HAMLI B'AJIBO: spinach with home-made cottage cheese
TIMTMO: spiced lentils cookes with onion, tomato, garlic, red chili and cumin
BUNA/Coffee: freshly roasted and brewed Arabica Robusta coffee beans - traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony.
Ethiopia's coffee ceremony is an integral part of their social and cultural life. Don't be in a hurry though - this special ceremony can take a few hours. So sit back and enjoy because it is most definitely not instant.
BACLAVA: light puff pastry with a scrumptious filling of nuts and spices