Doro Wat is a fragrant, flavorful Ethiopian spicy chicken stew considered to be one of the national dishes of Ethiopia. Our Weekly Sale from April 7th – 13th celebrates the cuisine of Ethiopia and you’ll find many of the ingredients needed to make this tasty dish. It’s typically served over a spongy Ethiopian bread known as Injera which can be whipped up using the Bob’s Red Mill teff flour also featured in the sale. It works equally well with rice, pita, or naan. The original recipe featured here did not include tomatoes, though the addition of tomatoes is relatively common in this dish and can be a good way to temper the heat of the berbere spice, if you tend to prefer a milder heat profile. A common garnish for Doro Wat is a sliced hardboiled egg.