I have had some delicious Ethiopian food (though I hate injera, that awful sour spongey bread), including the best collard greens ever, but I haven't had any in a long while. Tikil gomen is basically cabbage, carrots, onion and potatoes with cumin, turmeric and lots of black pepper and a good deal of olive oil. The sweetness of the carrots and cabbage mixed with the savory spices makes and the olive oil makes for a very unctuous and delicious bite. Even the Boy declared it a work of genius, despite the fact that he was dismayed when he heard he was having cabbage for dinner.
This is the recipe I used, except that I doubled the spices (and about 1.5 times the salt).