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Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed Peppers

When teff is cooked with tomatoes, basil, and a pinch of saffron, it becomes a delicious filling for bell peppers. Filling the bell peppers with hot cooked basil scented teff lightly cooks the peppers. (No need to bake the stuffed peppers, unless you prefer them soft.) Choose a colorful combination of bell peppers to create a festive dish. Continue reading

Teff and Vegetable Croquettes

Teff and Vegetable Croquettes

Butternut squash, teff and millet create naturally sweet croquettes. Sprinkling  ground almonds before frying the croquettes in ghee makes for rich comfort food. Serve as an appetizer or main course with a creamy white sauce. Continue reading

Strawberry Mango Pecan Fruit Crisp

Strawberry Mango Pecan Fruit Crisp YUM!

Delicious and Versatile! Take your pick of brown or ivory teff flour to make this gluten-free sweet strawberry mango fruit crisp. I love to eat this crisp for breakfast topped with yogurt and chia seeds. Also delicious served warm from oven with ice cream or whipped cream. Continue reading

Pizza with Chevre, Tomatoes and Greens

Pizza with Chevre, Tomatoes and Greens

Pizza lovers know all about all the different kinds of cheeses and toppings you can put on pizza for infinite variety from savory to sweet. Hot out of the oven, this gluten-free pizza crust topped with a combination of homemade tomato sauce, fresh sliced tomatoes, chevre, sauteed garlic and greens is a work of art. Feel free to swap other favorite seasonal organic vegetables and pastured raised organic cheeses such as sauteed eggplant and extra sharp cheddar cheese. Best of all, this is the most delicious pizza crust I have ever made. The combination of teff and millet flour gives it a subtle sweetness. Pour yourself a glass of wine and enjoy a hearty, gourmet meal of vegetarian pizza with chevre and greens. Continue reading

Mocha Cake

Mocha Cake, Recipe Developed for Teff Company

Everyone loves this Mocha Cake and it happens to be gluten-free. Delicious on its own, and for a special dessert, top it with fresh whipped cream. You might find yourself enjoying it for breakfast or snacking on it, if there is any left. Continue reading