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Makdous Al-Bathenjan is prepared from baby eggplants stuffed with a mixture of chopped walnuts, ground red pepper, salt and olive oil, the origin of makdous is Syria, and it has become popular in most Arab countries. Makdous is eaten for breakfast, or snack.
To have perfect makdous, you should choose the right type of eggplants and follow all the steps when preparing makdous.
I’ve purchased makdous form the store to compare it with homemade makdous, store bought makdous has a weird taste, it tastes like pickles and not delicious. I love our homemade makdous because it is a real traditional Syrian Makdous.
This post is about the exact traditional way of preparing makdous, and this is how my grandmother and my mother make it.
Let’s make Makdous Al-Bathenjan: