Delicious & Versatile In Recipes

Ivory and brown teff are sweet-tasting grains unlike any other. Brown teff has a subtle hazelnut, almost chocolate-like flavor and a moist texture similar to millet (but more exotic). Ivory teff has a milder flavor than the brown.

Both the ivory and brown teff grain have the versatility of corn meal and millet. Delicious in porridge, stews, stuffing, and pilaf, teff can be cooked alone or in combination with other grains and vegetables. Simply cook 1 cup teff with 3 cups water or stock. Season with one or more of the following spices for a tasty dish: cinnamon, ginger, garlic, cardamom, chilies, basil and cilantro. Teff is quick cooking, too. No need to pre-rinse, teff comes clean, having already passed through a series of screens after harvest. Ready in 20 minutes, Teff is ideal for a fast meals. For pastries, ivory and brown teff flour make superb pancakes, pie crusts, and cookies.

Teff grain and teff flour are wonderful alternatives to wheat, barley and rye for those on a gluten-free diet. Teff flour will expand food choices beyond potato, corn and rice flour!

Teff is rich tasting and very versatile. To complement its great flavor, use other 100% natural and organic ingredients. Bring out the best in all you cook and bake with ivory and brown teff grain and flour.

Ethiopian Teff Bowl Recipe

Ethiopian Teff Bowl with Berbere Roasted Veggies

Chai Teff Porridge

Chai Teff Porridge

Cranberry Pistachio Scones

Indian Spiced Vegetable and Teff Fritters

Teff Porridge with Figs, Walnuts and Honey

African Peanut Stew

Instant Pot Teff Breakfast Cheese Grits

Teff and Corn Polenta with Marinated Dried Tomatoes, Olives, Kale and Cheese

Teff and Vegetable Croquettes

Teff Blueberry Banana Bread Muffins

Teff Stuffed Peppers

Molasses Cherry-Chip Skillet Brownie