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Can I freeze Injera bread?

LaureltQ Jan 2, 2014 08:47 AM

I decided to try my hand at making Ethiopian food at home, and managed a fairly successful first batch of injera bread after seeding teff flour batter with some of my sourdough starter and feeding it for a week. I'd like to make more ethiopian food in the future, but this whole planning ahead for a week to ensure I get a sour enough batter is kind of a pain. I'd like to make injera and freeze it, however I'm not sure how well it will handle reheating. Has anyone done this?

  1. Zeldog Jan 3, 2014 07:49 PM

    Yes. Treat them like crepes. Put parchment between them, and seal in a zipper bag. Reheat in a covered skillet in the oven at around 350 F, shuffling them every few minutes.Not as good as fresh, but then, what is?

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