Teff is used to make the Ethiopian staple - Injera
Teff is an Ethopian-native grain now gaining worldwide recognition for its gluten-free and nutritive properties.
This grain, if unprocessed (raw), is used to enrich the nutritional value of your breakfast, breads and muffins, cakes and cookies, to make soups and stews thicker and tastier and it can be cooked as porridge as well.
Teff contains many vitamins and minerals, antioxidants and amino-acids. 100 grams of teff (uncooked) contains 367 calories.
It contains as much as 5 of the B complex group of ...