Here in Ethiopian Tselote’ Hamus (Last Supper) is being honored by preparing Gulban – a simple traditional dish made out of wheat grain and Ethiopian fava beans.
It is at this time of year that family, loved ones, neighbors and friends get together and celebrate Tselote’ Hamus by attending church service, preparing and eating Gulban.
Gulban could be eaten plain but usually seasoned with Ethiopian famous convoy Mitmita – a hot spice blend.
Gulban is a seasonal, once in a year and Ethiopian family favorite dish.
In Celebrating The Last Supper!