"Aside from being gluten-free, Teff is higher in protein than wheat, a great source of iron, calcium and amino acids. This ancient whole grain has a pleasantly sweet nutty flavor, and the small size makes it easy to digest. Add for plain brown & white teff: Whole teff can be toasted and used to add a little crunch to salads to muffins; boiled teff can be prepared with milk or water for a sweet porridge or spiced up for a side dish; raw teff can be ground into flour and baked into injera bread, a traditional Ethiopian dish. Add for flavored teff mixes: This pre-seasoned teff porridge makes a delicious breakfast, side dish, or even a healthful dessert. Just add water & boil – easy to prepare anytime of day. "
Teff - Auburn / Brown
- Cooking Instructions
Boil 2 ½ cups water (or milk) in a saucepan, add contents of teff pouch. Reduce heat to simmer, cover loosely, and stir occasionally. Cook for 20-30 minutes or until water is absorbed. Turn off heat and let stand for 5 minutes. Fluff with fork before serving.
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