The injera grill is a traditional cooking device that's still enjoyed today in Ethiopia and Eritrea, and one ambitious entrepreneur, Aman Tsegai, recently launched 'Rose' -- a bespoke and modern injera grill.
Rose boasts a traditional appearance, with a woven upper ceramic lid and an understated wooden base. It's heated through the super-efficient induction method that only heats the plate. The ceramic top pays homage to the original design, and the injera is cooked on top of the ferrous plate. This allows the owner to easily wash just the plate, rather than pouring the injera mix onto the body of the grill.
Rose incorporates the original injera grill's most important factor -- size. The modern version is still large enough to feed your entire family but uses 21st century technology to make it easier and safer to do so.