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Mit’in Shiro How to prepare spiced, strong , powdered peas – a Recipe from the Noticeable Ethiopia

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How to prepare spiced, strong , powdered peas Mit’in Shiro is a ready mixed powdered legume spice exercise to make an instant strong sauce or is added to usual w’et to present it a thicker consistency.

large cooking pot
large mixing bowl
large frying pan
mortar and pestle
covered container, preferably glass

Elements of Mit’in Shiro How to prepare spiced, strong , powdered peas:
11 cups peas
5 cups lentils
5 cups chick peas
5 cups beans
5 cups red pepper (berbere)
1 cup garlic (bright , chopped)
1 cup ginger (fresh , chopped)
1 cup red onions (fresh , chopped)
1 cup rue seeds
1 cup oregano
2 Tbsp. fenugreek
1 cup sacred basil
15 pods cardamom seeds
2 Tbsp. cloves
2 Tbsp. cinnamon
1 Tbsp. bishop’s wee
1 Tbsp. coriander
to taste salt
2 cups water, wine or t’ej

How to create Mit’in Shiro How to prepare spiced, hot , powdered peas
Wash the peas, lentils, chick peas, and beans separately, boil in water for 3-5 minutes and drain. Place in a low oven for a whereas and priorthey are dry , roast separately. Grind to remove seeds from pods and dispose of the burnt seeds. Set aside. Take the clean ginger, garlic, onion, rue and oregano and pound hand in hand until fine. Mix powdered spices with 2 cups of water, red wine or t’ej. Add red pepper to the mixture and pound lightly together. Then put in a large bowl, cover and leave overnight. The then morning, pass along the mixture out on a clean mat in the sun to dry. You can furthermore dry this in a highly low oven. In a frying pan roast the sacred basil, fenugreek, coriander, cloves, cinnamon, salt and bishop’s weed over a low fire for about 3 minutes and contribute to the above. Grind together to a fine powder. Store in a dry place, in a tightly closed container. May be retained indefinitely. Use in small amounts since compelled.

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