She also likes orange, mango and papaya juice, and, like many of the children, Injera and W'ot. The latter is a lentil stew, and I won't share the recipe here - it has about twenty million ingredients, even after the spiced clarified butter, and was way too complicated for picky preschooler tastebuds!
So that won't suit Five-Ingredient Friday.
Neither will the traditional recipe for Injera, with teff flour, but this alternative is the one we tried last week:
Combine flours and baking powder in a bowl. Add club soda plus about 4 cups water. This part was fun for my preschooler, who had never heard of such a thing as making dinner with soda.
Mix into a smooth, fairly thin batter. Heat a large, non-stick skillet. When the skillet is heated, pour a scoop of batter quickly onto the pan - be sure to cover the bottom of the pan.
Wiping the pan with a paper towel dipped in oil between each prevents sticking and excessive browning - but don't get burned!
Serve w'ot and cottage cheese on injera, if desired - no forks needed.
The first three I made were very ugly, but the others looked better and tasted great. So don't give up hope after initial failed efforts.