It is a sourdough flatbread, which is made from teff flour, a tiny grain native to Ethiopia and Eritrea. It is used as a utensil to scoop up other foods, such as stews and salads.
It is a traditional meat dish that is usually made with beef, but sometimes goat, and is cooked in a spicy sauce with onions, tomatoes, and berbere, a fiery Ethiopian spice blend.
It is a dish made from sautéed meat, typically beef or lamb, with onions, peppers, and spices. It is usually served with injera.
It is a traditional Eritrean and Ethiopian stew made from ground chickpeas, onions, garlic, and spices, such as berbere or paprika.
It is a raw minced beef dish, similar to steak tartare, that is mixed with spices and served with injera.
All of these foods are widely available in Eritrea and can be found in most restaurants and street food vendors.