Enjoy Magic of Ethiopian Culinary on Addis Ababa Holidays
If African Culture and culinary fascinates you and you want to experience blend of almost all African cultures at one place, the Ethiopian metropolis ‘Addis Ababa’ is the place you should reach for, that you can visit through cheap tickets to Addis Ababa. Often called as African Capital, Addis Ababa is one of the fastest growing and one of the most visited cities in whole Africa, making its reputation as a great host in the continent.
Addis Ababa is one of the most significant cities in Africa, the home for countless NGO’s and UNECA (United Nations Economic Council for Africa), this Ethiopian Primal city is serving whole continent with its international relevance. Book now for cheap flights to Addis Ababa from Birmingham and explore this sprawling city from Eastern Africa.
Local dishes and cuisines is one of the most essential parts of any holiday in a foreign land and when you are visiting the capital city of the region it becomes a treat for your mouth and stomach as most of the epicenters are hub for all kinds of regional food from the country. Addis Ababa is no different in this manner, so, let’s discuss some of the delicious Ethiopian dishes that you may try on your Addis Ababa holidays.
Injera: Injera is most commonly consumed dish in Ethiopia, made from grain and available in various varieties in the country known as nech, kay, tikur, etc. Injera basically looks like chapati served with varities of stews or salad or sauces, depends entirely on you how you’d like to enjoy the dish.
Lentil: Lentil is basically a salad, this quick to make and highly nutritious salad is one of the most famous dishes from the country which has been aquired in many other culinary around the world. Lentil takes only 20-25 mins in preparation and includes tomato, green onions, olive oil, mustard, etc. you can enjoy this salad anytime in year and day.
Zigni: Zigni is basiclly spiced beef, highly spicy and amazingly delicious. Zigni is literally a treat for beef lovers, contains obviously beef, ginger, coriander, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, etc. Zigni is an exotic dish served hot and you are adviced to order a drink or two as precaution for high spicey taste of this dish.
Wat: Wat, also known as the national dish of Ethiopia, is basically a stew based dish prepared with any sousage of your choice e.g. chicken, beef, lamb, mutton or vegetable. Wat is also a pretty highly spiced dish that comes with rich curry and best served hot in main course.
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