Brinjal/eggplant - 1 big
Garlic paste ........ 1 tbsp
Tahine ................ 1 tbsp
Parsley .............. 1/4 cup ( chopped)
Mint ................. a few leaves
Green chilli ........... 1 (chopped) My addition to make it a bit spicy.
Salt........ to taste
Lemon juice ......... 2-3 tbsps.
1.Pierce the brinjal/eggplant with a fork or knife and roast it on gas flame until the skin turns out black.
2. Peel the skin and seperate the pulp.
3. In a food processor grind all the ingredients.
4. Remove in a bowl and drizzle a little more olive oil. Serve chilled with pita bread.
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Is Tahine some kind of a sauce, di?ReplyDelete
Yes Punam, it is a concentrated paste of roasted sesame seeds ground with oil. .. used in most of the Lebanese dishes.Delete
Wow looks delicious, new to me :)ReplyDelete
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Thanks Chris.. will do thatDelete
Wow! I loved this. I ate it with fresh veggies. Yum! I didn't know the recipe, Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking KusumDelete
Yummy baba ganoush,wish to have with some pita bread chips.ReplyDelete
Most welcome PriyaDelete
looks yummy. nice presentation.ReplyDelete
Looks delicious and yummy,love to have it with pita bread...ReplyDelete
Please do .. u r most welcomeDelete
I havent tasted this... you make it look so simple!! superb..ReplyDelete
You must make it once .. you will love itDelete
hi shobha, hmmm yummy, really like this kind of food. bookmarked with thanks..simply love the eggplant and tahini..ReplyDelete
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Yes, the roasting gives it the authentic flavourDelete
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