Size: 12 ounces
In Ethiopia Teff is ground into a flour to make a simple flat bread called injera, which is a thin, spongy bread with a taste like sourdough. Teff makes it a good morning cereal as it is similar to Cream of Wheat, but more nutritious. Due to its small size, it works well combined with other larger grains in a stuffing or a pilaf such as below. Toeasting is recommended prior to cooking. For best results, toast Teff prior to cooking. Bring 4 cups of liquid and 1 cup of Teff to a boil. Reduce heat, simmer for 15-20 minutes until tender, stirring occasionally to prevent lumping. One cup dry yields 3 cups cooked.