Teff is the main ingredient for preparing injera, the popular Ethiopian fermented flatbread. It is a healthy wheat alternative that is high in resistant starch, a newly-discovered type of dietary fiber that can benefit blood sugar, colon health and weight loss.
Teff is an ancient species of grass native to Ethiopian/Eritrea, that is cultivated for it's edible seed and usually made into flour. These seeds are about the size of a poppy seed but are packed full of fiber and calcium.
Most Teff is grown in Eastern Africa, but the State of Idaho produces some of the best quality Teff in the world!
Teff Seed Bread
Author: Chef Christina Murray
Serves: 2 loaves
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