Did you by any chance mean infer?
- Tigrinya እንጀራ (ʾənğära) (Wiktionary)
“It’s all served on a big ol’ flatbread called injera, which is used as a utensil they give you regular silverware too.”
“Those and just about everything else on the menu are eaten with the multipurpose Ethiopian flatbread called injera, which resembles a spongy beige crepe and smacks pleasingly of sourdough.”
“One uses the spongy, crepe-like material called injera as an implement to pick up pieces of any of the stews or sauces.”
“Teff is most often made into the spongy flatbread called injera, which unlike most breads stays soft and chewy for several days.”
“Grain is ground to flour (traditionally, stones are used for grinding) which may be used in the preparation of an Ethiopian bread (known as injera in Ethiopia and anjera by the Boran), porridge and cakes.”
“Surely there is romance and intimacy in the handling of food, such as the Ethiopian habit of eating we't (meat or vegetables in hot pepper sauce) without cutlery, scooping it up with an edible tablecloth of a flatbread called injera instead.”
“Ethiopian Flatbread (also known as injera from Ethiopia)”
“Ethiopian cuisine, which is heavy on sauces and served on spongy crepe-like bread called injera, leaves no one indifferent.”
“With Trader Joe's lavosh, because though there's a recipe for "injera" that goes with the other two recipes, it seems like an awful lot of trouble for something that's inauthentic and sounds unlikely to have the characteristic sourdough tang.”
“You get this massive plate of 'injera' bread, like a kind of sourdough pancake, but huge.”
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Types of bread & breadmaking terms. Mainly I'm looking for plain or savoury breads but I'll accept the sweet-ish ones as long as they are more bread than cake :-)
Pancakes, pancakes, pancakes!
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