Hamli

(Eritrean)

collard green, garlic, cilantro, oil, onions, parsley, tomatoes

Hamli is a traditional African dish originating from Eritrea. It consists of sautéed collard greens. They are first steamed until tender, then sautéed with a mix of garlic, cilantro, oil, onions, parsley, and tomatoes. The dish is sautéed until the collard greens are fully tender and full of flavour. Once prepared, hamli is usually accompanied by injera bread on the side.

Modified Nov. 7, 2020

Created Nov. 7, 2020 by: atasneem


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