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Plain ol’ porridge can be so boring, but change up the grain and it’s a whole new ball game. Most commonly seen as the main ingredient in injera (fermented Ethiopian flatbread), teff is packed with iron and calcium. If you don’t have 3 days to make your own injera, enjoy teff in a quick porridge full of nuts and dried fruit or anything else you would throw in your morning oatmeal.
What to buy: Teff can be found at health food stores, gourmet grocery stores, or online.
Game plan: The porridge will start to firm up as it sits. If it gets too firm, just mix in some warm water or milk until the desired consistency is achieved.
This recipe was featured as part of our Whole Grain Recipes photo gallery.
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