Sega Wat – Spicy Ethiopian Beef Stew

Sega Wat

Sega Wat is the beef version of Doro Wat, the national dish of Ethiopia.  Incredibly delicious with a wonderfully deep and robust flavor, your taste buds will thank you!

Sega Wat is traditionally eaten with injera. It is Ethiopia’s famous fermented flatbread. This spongy pancake-like flatbread is used in place of utensils to scoop the sega wat into your mouth and mop up any remaining bits of sauce.

RatingDifficultyIntermediate
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Sega Wat
Yields6 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time1 hr 30 minsTotal Time1 hr 45 mins
 2 lbs boneless beef chuck, cut into 1/2 inch cubes
 3 cups chunky pureed onions (pulse in food processor to form a chunky paste)
 1 ½ tbsp minced garlic
 1 ½ tbsp minced fresh ginger
 ¼ cup berbere spice blend Homemade Berbere Recipe ,HIGHLY recommended!
 1 ½ tsp salt
 1 cup strong beef broth
 4 hard-boiled eggs, shelled and pierced all over with a fork 1/4 inch deep

Ingredients

 2 lbs boneless beef chuck, cut into 1/2 inch cubes
 3 cups chunky pureed onions (pulse in food processor to form a chunky paste)
 1 ½ tbsp minced garlic
 1 ½ tbsp minced fresh ginger
 ¼ cup berbere spice blend Homemade Berbere Recipe ,HIGHLY recommended!
 1 ½ tsp salt
 1 cup strong beef broth
 4 hard-boiled eggs, shelled and pierced all over with a fork 1/4 inch deep
Sega Wat – Spicy Ethiopian Beef Stew

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