Sega Wat is Spicy Ethiopian Beef Stew which is traditionally eaten with injera, 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.
Sega Wat is the beef version of Doro Wat, the national dish of Ethiopia. Incredibly delicious with a wonderfully deep and robust flavor.
2pounds boneless beef chuck, cut into 1/2 inch cubes