How to make injera mixing teff and Rice flour
2 cups teff flour and 1/2 cup Rice flour
Large plastic container with lid
Safed (made from reed grass or palm leave)
Dry yeast(For the first time)
First mix the 1 teaspoon dry yeast with the teff flour and water. You can use dry yeast for first time. Wash your hand. Add teff flour and rice flour into the container. You can measure according to how many injeras you want to make. Use cold water room temperature. Incorporate the flour with the yeast mixture add little water at a time. To make nice injera you have to knead the dough very well with hand. Knead for 15 or more minutes. The more you knead the better injera you get. Don’t add more water in the dough. Let stand the mixture warm spot for 2 days until ferment. This depends on the conditions in your house. The dough smelled an unpleasant odor that is a sign of growing a good bacteria not harmful. At the end of the 1st day add cold water. On the 2nd day, you can pour out the water. Remove the top of the water and the rest save it by container because you can use it later. Add 2 cup of water in a saucepan and mix 1/4 cup of teff flour and turn on the stove stir continuously until become smooth by a wooden stirrer, use medium heat. When it becomes a smooth and thick turn off the stove and take out of the saucepan from the fire. Let stand to cool down. Add some cold water to make it cool. Thin the batter using the same water. Cover and wait until rising double. After a few minutes, it will be double. Mix the batter and plug the mitad to be warm. Before You start baking injera rub the mitad by a piece of cloth. Pour the batter onto mitad in a circular motion. Starting in a big circular of the mitad and going inward onto the mitad and wait until you see fully all foams are out bubble then cover the lid wait 2 to 3 minutes. When you see the steam open the lid, the edges of injera will lift from mitad. Then take it out by sefed. Before you finish all the batter you have to save one cup every time you bake injera. Keep in the fridge and use it as a starter to make injera next time you don’t need dry yeast. Next time to make Injera take out from the fridge and leave it out few minutes before you start preparing the dough.