Definition of Injera

1. Noun. A pancake-like bread made from fermented teff flour, a traditional food of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, and the Nuer people of Sudan. ¹

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Definition of Injera

1. a type of Ethiopian bread [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Injera

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Literary usage of Injera

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1. Lost Crops of Africa: Grains edited by F. R. Ruskin (1999)
"Indeed, injera is such a fascinating food (half pancake, half pasta) that it has the potential to eventually become well-known worldwide.4 Africa In ..."

2. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Bernard Frost (2000)
"... injera is a largish fermented flatbread served on a griddle. In lieu of utensils, injera is used to scoop up Ethiopian pastes and curries. ..."

3. Evil Days: Thirty Years of War and Famine in Ethiopia by Alexander De Waal (1991)
"We ate injera [Ethiopian bread] made from maize and beans: nothing else, the food was bad. They told us that we were going to be transferred to a second ..."

4. An Introduction to Zoology by Robert William Hegner (1910)
"... pyloric part of the stomach, sending a lateral nerve on each side to unite with an injera-lateral nerve from the stomatogastric ganglion. Sense Organs. ..."

5. Biotechnology: Building on Farmers' Knowledge by Joske F. G. Bunders, Bertus Haverkort, Wim Hiemstra (1996)
"... is often served as a cool, refreshing accompaniment to the famous spicy national stew dish with soured pancake bread, known as wat and injera. ..."

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