Dinich wot is another popular Ethiopian wot which is very similar in ingredients and recipe as Misir wot or Shiro wot except the lentils and beans flour is replaced by sliced potatoes to thicken the stew.
1 big red onion (chopped)
2 cloves of Garlic (chopped)
2 whole tomato (chopped)/Canned tomato (optional)
1/4 cup Cooking oil
3 tbsp. Berbere (spiced red pepper powder)/more or less as desired
3 big potatoes sliced in small pieces
2 cups Water
Salt ( as needed)
1 tea spoon Black cardamom/ground (optional)
Chop one big red onion and pour it in a pan, cook it until it turns a little brownish, occasionally stirring.
Add a 1/4 cup cooking oil and, stir occasionally
Add the chopped garlic, and chopped tomato, cook the mix for 10 minutes occasionally stirring
Add 3 table spoon Berbere (more or less as desired)/Replace by Turmeric if prefer no spice
Peal three large size potato, wash it, and slice it into pieces, then add it into the pot. Mix it with the cooking mix and cook it for 10 minutes occasionally stirring
Pour 2 cups of water and make it boil, add salt as desired
Cook the stew for 10-15 minutes, check if the potato is well-cooked to the desired softness
Add 1tsp of ground black cardamom (optional)
Remove the pot from heat, cool it for a while, and it is ready for serving. It can be served with Injera (Ethiopian flat bread), pita bread or tortilla. Some also serve it with rice.