Ethiopian dishes are characterized by the variety of spices used to give them their exotic taste. Watt, which is a stew-like dish comes in a variety of forms-beef, lamb, chicken, and vegetables. These range from hotly spiced ( with berbere-a typical Ethiopian red pepper) to very mild. The more delicately seasoned watts are called alicha which contain no berbere. Fitfit, another exotic staple, is a combination dish prepared with broken bits of the Injera itself. Nitter kebbeh, a specially prepared butter, is a key ingredient used to give these dishes their exotic flavour.