Zigni is an Ethiopian dish of ground beef stew. Likewise, Zigni is one of Eritrea staple foods which is actually a meat or vegetable stew. Ethiopia and Eritrea are neighboring countires located in eastern Africa, hence they share some similarities in cooking.

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