A thin, round traditionally Ethiopian flatbread prepared by fermenting batter made from teff flour and cooking it on a griddle, usually eaten by placing servings of accompanying dishes on top of one flatbread and breaking off pieces of another to scoop up bite-sized morsels.
Origin of injera
Amharic ənjäraperhaps akin togaggäräto bake bread
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Injera Sentence Examples
Injera is a spongy, sour flatbread, traditional to Ethiopia and Eritrea.
When considering cooking with teff flour, the natural place to begin is with Ethiopian injera.
Injera's soft texture makes it perfect for sopping up remaining sauces from your recipes.