|Place of origin||Ethiopia and Eritrea|
|Main ingredient(s)||Flour, water, salt|
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Kitcha (or kita) is a relatively thin unleavened bread typically made of wheat. It is a generally made with flour, water, and salt. It is cooked in a hot pan free-form until one side is cooked. It is then picked up and cooked on the other side. Slight burning on each side is often seen.
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