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No, he just showed us a few photos of the meal -- it looked delicious! -- and I don't recall him saying where he'd got the recipe or which one he may have used specifically, but he did say he aimed to be as authentic as he could. Next time I'm there on the forum I'll take a second look at his post. He did say something about preparing the Injera from scratch and that it took a couple of days right there before he was ready to move on to preparing the actual stew. He did say that he eased up a bit on some of the spices used in the stew so that both he and his wife could really enjoy the meal without feeling their mouths burning up. He also served it with some wine, and I didn't pay attention to what that was, either. In one photo he showed the (hard-boiled?) egg slices on top of the stew and joked about yes, having both the chicken and the egg......