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Crushed wheat cooked to tender seasoned with Ethiopian spiced and kibe (butter).
Crushed wheat cooked and served with kibe (butter) scrambled eggs and your choice of meat (beef, chicken or lamb).
Scrambled eggs with tomato, onions, and jalapenos and potatoes in a mild sauce.
Scrambled eggs with your choice of meat (beef or lamb).
Cooked beans mixed with tomato, onion and pepper or jalapenos.
Thin bread (qita) pieces, braised with Ethiopian spiced and kibe (butter).
Potato bun, lettuce, tomato, wild onions, and pepper jack cheese. Served with a side salad or fried potatoes.
Porridge dish made by boiling Barley flour in water or milk served with butter and Berbere.
Porridge dish made from flour, or stem or root of false banana served with butter and mitmitta.
Very lean chopped meat cubes simmered in a spicy homemade butter sauce. Spicy.
Morsels of choice lean beef dipped in awaze, a traditional sauce of milled paper thickened with honey wine, seasoned butter and spices. Gored gored is served raw or rare?an Ethiopian traditional delight. Spicy.
Tibs simmered in a mild sauce.
Meat cubes marinated in fresh garlic, sauteed with green papers and onion.
Ethiopian highly seasoned milled chickpeas (shuro) is simmered in berbere sauce with cubes of lean beef.
Strips of choice lean beef in fresh garlic, sauteed with green papers and onions.
Tibs simmered in a spicy sauce. Spicy.
Kitfo mixed with Kale (collard greens) and homemade cheese.
Extra lean chopped beef cubes simmered in mild and flavorful onions, garlic, and ginger herb sauce.
Kay watt, doro watt (chicken), yebeg alicha quosta.
Yesiga alicha, doro (chicken) watt, yebeg watt, yemisir watt, quosta.
A combination of zilzil tibs, doro tibs (chicken), quosta, gomen.
Succulent lamb meat cooked to tenderness in hot and thick beriberi sauce.
Succulent lamb meat cooked in mild and distinctly flavored onion and herb sauce.
Lamb meat slowly cooked with string beans, carrots and potatoes in a mild sauce.
Pieces of Awash's traditional injera soaked in one of the above lamb dishes.
Morsels of lamb, collard green and potato in specialty seasoned in a mild sauce.
Yebeg tibs simmered in a spicy sauce. Spicy.
Yebeg tibs simmered in mild sauce.
Lamb tibs pan-fried with garlic, ginger and olive oil.
Tender chicken legs marinated in lemon juiced and ginger, cooked in an Awash's spicy sauce. Served in Ethiopian style with hard boiled egg and homemade cheese. Spicy.
Doro (chicken) simmered with onions, ginger, tomato and spicy sauce. Spicy.
Alicha. Doro (chicken) simmered in mild sauce.
Grilled beef or lamb strips with special hot sauce.
Strips of beef sauteed in a spicy awaze sauce.
Lamb sauteed in a mitmita sauce and served with injera pieces.
Ethiopian beef jerky cooked with injera and berbere sauce.
Boneless tilapia fillets cooked in a spicy Berber sauce.
Boneless tilapia fillets cooked with ginger, garlic and Ethiopian spices.
Boneless tilapia cooked with onions, tomatoes, olive oil and green peppers. Could be spicy or mild by choice.
Boneless tilapia sauteed in a mitmita sauce and served with injera pieces.
Slightly pureed yellow split peas simmered in a mild sauce of onion, herbs and spices.
Pureed lentils are simmered in Awash's own spicy, hot berbere sauce.
Sliced cabbage, carrots and potato chunks, cooked to perfection in a mild sauce.
Pureed lentils are served next to a rare combination of finely chopped onions and green chilies mixed in vinaigrette sauce.
Tomatoes, cucumber, onions, garlic, and jalapeno with crisp romaine lettuce.
Cold lentil salad seasoned with lemon juice and spices.
Cabbage, potatoes and carrots.
Kale, collard and/or mustard greens.
Green beans, zucchini, potatoes, and carrots.
Produced from pure wild flower honey and exotic hops imported from the highlands of Ethiopia.
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