Part of what makes Ethiopian food perfect for so many diets is that there& always a "fasting" (or animal-free) option: Many Ethiopians are Orthodox Christians and traditionally eat vegan on Wednesdays and Fridays, as well as other special days.
Chechebsa - Chechebsa, also called kita firfir (also called kita fitfit), is typically eaten for breakfast and is one of the rare Ethiopian dishes eaten with a spoon. Chechebsa is made of lightly fried injera or other bread cooked in berbere sauce and often served with honey. On the right it’s pictured with eggs, which can be substituted out to make it vegan.
Ethiopian-Style Beef Stir Fry: Ethiopian-style stir fry is an easy dinner during hectic weeks. Spiced with chilies and African spice, this stir fry gets extra depth from red wine. I like to serve it with bread or couscous.