Yebeg means lamb in Ethiopia which is used in various lamb dishes from the country, such as: 1. Dullet - chopped meat, tripe, liver seasoned with herbed butter 2. Awaze Tibs - tender lamb morsels marinated in Berbere sauce 3. Lega Yebeg Tibs - tender lamb morsels and sauteed to perfection 4. Tibs Fitfit - lamb tibs mixed with pieces of Injera 5. Yebeg Wot - freshly made lamb stew served with Injera 6. Yebeg Alitcha - pieces of lamb bones and meat in mild sauce 7. Yebeg Wot Firfir - Yebeg Wot mixed in pieces of Injera 8. Yebeg Alitcha Fitfit - Yebeg Alitcha mixed in pieces of Injera 9. Yebeg Misto - combination or mixtute of Yebeg Wot and Alitcha FitFit 10. Gomen be Siga - mild lamb stew prepared with collard greens

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