Injera is a soft, porous, thin pancake made traditionally from fermented teff flour, though other grains may be used. Injera is a staple of Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine where it is served either alongside or beneath other dishes, functioning as food, utensil, and plate.

Health considerations

See: Teff.

Keep in mind

See: Teff.


Teff: Food Crop for Humans and Animals

Alternative Spellings and Names

Lahooh, canjeero, lahoh

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