Is Lentil really source of Protein?

The Ethiopian food is serving a fresh and healthy dishes at the north side market of Fredericton. As we know all, Protine is an essential nutrient needed to maintain and repair the cells in our body; it also plays a key role in healthy weight management, according to a review published in 2008 in the […]

How to make Engera from Teff and its benefits

The first thing you need is large pancake pan or large frying pan, large pot deep mixing bowls.   1.25lb Teff flour, cups of water and about 2pkt yeast.  In a large pot dissolve yeast in warm water and add the flour mixture and mix. Leave covered for 2 days until fermentation begins and water rises […]

Ethiopian food is inviting you to eat healthy kale with high fibre at the north market.

Kale is high in fiber and water. Both of these help prevent constipation and promote regularity and a healthy digestive tract. It also contains B vitamins, and vitamin C, which promotes iron absorption.It is cooked with the ingredients of onion, oil, large jar of kale, salt, Fresh garlic and green jalapeño pepper. Testing is believing, […]

Combination of Lentil, Kale, Potato and Carrot

Here is the mixed Ethiopian vegetarian food offers a little bit of everything so that you get some real variety in your meal. We are located on the north side Market of Fredericton.

Testing Ethiopian Enjera is just like your first day kiss.

The test of Enjera is Just like your first kiss, your first taste of injera is an experience you’ll never forget. It’s the national staple and the base of almost every meal. It is spread out like a large, thin pancake, and food is simply heaped on top of it. Come over the weekends to […]

There is nothing better than being a vegan.

  This is how the Ethiopian Orthodox consume during the 55 days of Easter lent that start from  Feb 12 – April 7, 2018. During this period of time, this fast is applicable to all persons older than 13 years of age, involves total abstention from: meat, dairy products and eggs, only vegetables will be consumed.

Some tips how to make Ethiopian Carrot Coriander soup

 Found in many parts of the world and it is very simple to make very delicious soup. You will need 6 or 7 medium carrots 2 medium potatoes 1 large onion 1 teaspoon chopped garlic 1 teaspoon turmeric 4 teaspoons coriander powder 1cm fresh ginger Salt to taste and A little Oil Simply start with a large pan […]

Seasonings and Flavors of Ethiopian food at the North side Market of Fredericton

There are plenty of wonderful dishes and varations of each Ethiopian dishs to eat at the Ethiopian food of the North side market in Fredericton. Ethiopian food is well flavored with a mixture of different spices and herbs, not extremely spicy in heat but rather very well seasoned. Drop by the North side Market of […]

Have you ever tried Ethiopian food? Here is for a beginner’s Guide to Ethiopian Food.

Most people are unfamiliar with African food often tend to lump them all in together such as North African, West African, south African and East African. It is similar lumping the same as French and Spanish food together or Chinese and Indian because of they share a border or they live in the same continent. […]

Eating from the same plate in Ethiopia is a symbole of Love.

  Eating from the same plate is one of the most common dietary social customs in Ethiopia. The custom also carries strong significance in Ethiopian social culture. If one Ethiopian (let’s say Mr. A) is already eating in the restaurant when his buddies enter the restaurant, they all wash their hands, order their share at […]