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Dish of the week: Yedora tibs

Published September 20, 2012 2:59 pm
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$12.99 • Yedoro tibs

Chunks of marinated chicken breast are brought to life with rich Ethiopian clarified butter. The hunks of chicken are pan cooked with tomatoes, onion, garlic and jalapeƱos, resulting in a rich, barbecue-esque flavor. Yedoro tibs comes with a side of the Ethiopian trademark side dish, injera, a fermented-for-18-hours, thin, spongy pancake-like bread that's used as utensil and carbohydrate.

Stuart Melling






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