Bathenjan Meqli

January 30th, 2010

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Bathenjan Meqli means Fried eggplants, very popular in Syria, easy and delicious.

Let’s make Bathenjan Meqli:

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1. Wash eggplant, and remove the caps. Peel eggplant, then cut to round slices or to lengthwise slices, then rinse with water, then season with salt.

2, 3. Deep fry eggplant until golden brown in color, then drain on paper towel several times to get rid of excess oil.

4. Serve fried eggplant hot (leftover fried eggplants are delicious cold). There are different choices to serve fried eggplant such as:

Serve with Arabic bread, tomatoes, lemon wedges, fresh mint, flat parsley, green pepper and pickles.

Serve with Arabic bread and yogurt.

Make a sauce which is finely chopped green pepper mixed with crushed garlic and lemon juice, and serve it with fried eggplant.

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Bathenjan Meqli

From: Family Recipe / Servings:
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Medium Eggplant

Salt

Corn oil, for frying

To Serve

Arabic bread

Tomatoes

Lemon Wedges

Fresh Mint

Flat parsley

Green Pepper

Pickles

Yogurt

Sauce (Finely chopped green pepper mixed with crushed garlic and lemon)

Wash eggplant, and remove the caps. Peel eggplant, then cut to round slices or to lengthwise slices, then rinse with water, then season with salt.

Deep fry eggplant until golden brown in color, then drain on paper towel several times to get rid of excess oil.

Serve fried eggplant hot (leftover fried eggplants are delicious cold). There are different choices to serve fried eggplant such as:

Serve with Arabic bread, tomatoes, lemon, wedges, fresh mint, flat parsley, green pepper and pickles.

Serve with Arabic bread and yogurt.

Make a sauce which is finely chopped green pepper mixed with crushed garlic and lemon juice, and serve it with fried eggplant.

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