Traditional meal in Eritrea is often piled on and served with Injera, which is fermented crepe-like flat bread made from Tef flour. Hemuswas is sauteed mixed meat (particularly used organ site such as liver and kidney) with tomato-paste. Scoop or grab sauce or meat with the injera by using fingers on your right hand.
Quanta is a dried beef meat. Firfir is that a bread or injera (national sour crepe) is broken up into pieces and absorbed zigni (traditional spicy tomato sauce) well. Quanta firfir is the dish specially prepared. Very tasty.