A healthy, vegan dinner recipe that is full of protein and nutrients! A delicious, easy and savory way to prepare teff, the world’s smallest ancient grain, and incorporate it into our everyday meals.
These may also be served as an appetizer by cutting the triangles in half again. Top each triangle with a little chard and tomato relish. Serve on a platter or cutting board with a mini fork sticking out of it.
If making the teff cakes ahead, once they have cooled for a couple of hours in the fridge, cover tightly with plastic wrap to prevent cracking or drying out.
The Teff Company grows Maskal Teff in the western USA, a non-GMO gluten-free grain that’s a superfood full of high quality complex carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, and fiber. Explore our website to learn how to make injera and find other teff recipes using our teff flour, a delicious compliment to Ethiopian food, Eritrean food, or any gathering.