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|Alternative names||Genfo (in Ethiopia)|
|Place of origin||Eritrea|
|Region or state||East Africa|
|Main ingredients||Barley or wheat flour, water|
|Cookbook: Ga'at Media: Ga'at|
Ga'at is made with barley or wheat flour.
To cook Ga'at, the flour and water are combined and stirred continuously with a wooden spoon. Ga'at is presented in a large mound with a hole in the center, filled with a mixture of tesmi (niter kibe) and berbere. This spicy combination is tempered with yogurt which balances the flavors.
- ERITREAN COMMUNITY. S. 93.
- Mild Frontier the differences between Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisines come down to more than spice.
- Harry Kloman: Mesob Across America: Ethiopian Food in the U.S.A. Iuniverse, 2010, ISBN 978-1-4502-5866-1. (online)
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