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Baba ganoush (Mediterranean
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of the Babaganoush recipe is very similar to our Hummus recipe.
I'll tell you what you can do:
Babaganoush is a pretty delicious
recipe, I must say. First you have to cook the eggplant. Personally
I like to grill it whole on the barbecue, which gives it a really
nice flavor. Sooo good! If you want you could also broil it in
the oven, or if you don't tell anyone, use the microwave.
Allow the eggplant to cool, and then
peel the majority of the black outside and toss away. Set aside.
In a food processor or blender add about 1oz of water (a splash)
and all the remaining ingredients, puréeing
them until they make a thick paste.
Then I add the peeled eggplant
to the mix and purée again. You just
have to taste to see if it's right, and if it's too thick add more
water, pepperocini brine, or lemon juice. When it's "sooo
know you've done it right!
Try putting all the spices you have in your kitchen using this formula
More spice = sooo good!
Best of luck,
New! Write a comment about this recipe:
(22 Jun 2012, 03:22)
your website is great! Really love your recipes!!
(26 Dec 2010, 21:51)
is thi and indian dish cause my aunt makes it all the time and also this is
a great apitizer thank for this ingredient moti
(26 Sep 2010, 14:53)
Thanks for posting this! I made a more generic baba ganoush last week and
was not satisfied. This version was really great - love the spices!
Thanks for posting!
(22 Feb 2009, 20:50)
Thank you so much for posting your recipes online. I have tried three so
far (the falafel, hummus, and lentil soup and theky are all sooo good! I
am so excited that I have found a reliable website with truly wonderful
recipes. I also enjoyed the watching the video of you making the hummus
too. Again, thank you for your recipes. I am really excited to try more!
All the best to you and your family,
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