GELGOOG offers automatic zelalem injera machine which requires much less manpower than traditional methods. The injera making machine can produce ingera with a thickness of 2- 4 mm, different capacities with different prices.
Steps of Making Zelalem Injera:
Injera is a sour flatbread used in Ethiopian traditionally made out of teff flour, the world's tiniest grain. How to make injera?
1. Mixing the teff flour with the water, and then cover it with a cloth and let the dough rest until it ferments and bubbles appear on the surface. It should be similar in consistency to the semi-liquid batter used to make crepes.
2. Adding some salt, then put a thick-bottomed pan on the fire and grease the bottom with oil. When it's hot, add enough batter to cover the bottom.
3. Let the bread cook until the edges separate from the pan and holes start to form, about 2-3 minutes. It should not brown.
4. Removing the bread from the pan, without turning it over, and set it aside.
5. Repeat the process of greasing the pan, cover the bottom with dough and cook it until we finish with all the dough.
|Dimension||Single machine: 3000*1100*1600mm||Single machine: 3300*1300*2300mm|
|Production line: 6500*1100*1600mm||Production line: 6200*1300*2300mm|
|N. W.||1000 kg||1750kg|
|Voltage||380V/220V (50/60HZ)||380V/220V (50/60HZ)|