How to make "Doro Wot"

How to make "Doro Wot"

Doro Wat is a staple dish in Ethiopian cuisine, often served during special occasions and holidays. It is a flavorful chicken stew that is traditionally slow-cooked for several hours. The dish gets its rich flavor from a blend of spices including the famous berbere and niter kibbeh, a spiced butter. Doro Wat is typically served with injera, a spongy Ethiopian flatbread, and is eaten by hand.

This recipe simplifies the traditional cooking process and uses an Instant Pot to prepare Doro Wat in just an hour. It's a perfect way to enjoy this delicious dish without compromising on taste. Keep reading to learn how to make it.

Enjoy the delicious flavors of Doro Wat with this simplified recipe that takes just an hour to prepare. It's a perfect way to celebrate the rich culture of Ethiopia and enjoy a hearty and flavorful meal.

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