Injera is perhaps the most well-known component of the Ethiopian cuisine. It is an Ethiopian flat bread that is used to eat the stews (called wats). It has a very stretchy, spongy consistency and a wonderful flavor. Ethiopian food is eaten with the hands. The wats are placed on a platter with rounds of injera on the bottom Then, pieces of injera are torn off to grab small bits of the wonderful stews.
Injera is rather easy to make and is delicious!