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Take a look at the recipe video for Gored Gored.
2 pounds of tender high end beef
4 tablespoon Nite Kibe
4 tablespoon berbere
Cut the beef in cubes and in a pot melt the butter (Kiba) at low heat. Mix the beef and berbere in the butter.
Stir on a high heat for 1-3 minutes stirring until the meat is cooked rare, medium or well done depending on your taste.
Traditionally, it is served rare. Add salt to taste.