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Indulge: Dig in for an African Cuisine

Indulge: Dig in for an African Cuisine

This is Tsebhi Dorho. A famous Eritrean dish which is a specially prepared chicken sauce with red pepper flavored spice, sauteed onions, seasoned butter and other exotic spices, served over injera (the brown sponge-like bread).

Ordered from Asmara in City Heights in San Diego. Served with no utensils. You simply just … dig in.

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16 Comments

  1. Now you done gone and made me hungry, and I’m not ready to cook anything yet. lol

  2. orples says:

    If I gained weight looking at all of the delicious food photos being posted lately, I’d be as big as a barn. That looks so good!

  3. aRVee says:

    looks delicious…

  4. Even if I don’t eat meat, I appreciate the color and the presentation, nonetheless! I’m curious on the brown sponge like bread…looks like pancake! Is it sweet or taste like bread? LOL….very interesting!

    Have a great week and thanks for the post…I enjoyed looking!

    @))–>>—–

    • rommel says:

      Oops, I’m no good being a food critic esp. when it comes to taste. I’m just a hungry man, ravenous for something new. :D

      Basically, the bread is your utensil. You eat with your hands, dipping it to the sauce.

  5. Jude says:

    Just about to stop for lunch and could just do with that! YUM! I love trying new foods.

  6. I love international food. This dish sounds and look delicious. I wish there’s one close by that makes stuff like this. You’re blessed to travel the world , experience the various amazing cultures, their people, the exciting landscapes, and yes, the yummy delicacies….thanks for sharing that world with us…

  7. Silving says:

    I love this, just dig in ;) food tastes better with the fingers :D

  8. jakesprinter says:

    And this one makes me hungry , beautiful post my friend :)

  9. [...] If you want to try an African cuisine, go to City Heights in San Diego. They have a street row full of no-untensil-required African restaurants. [...]

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  11. Mike is Happy says:

    Wow. Thank you.

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