Baba Ghanoush

Smoky, sweet, tangy and creamy with a hint of garlic and olive oil; the complex array of flavors in a good Baba Ghanoush belies its short list of simple ingredients. It’s not complicated to make, but there are a few tricks that make the difference between the nuanced eggplant dish I love and a watery, pallid excuse for a dip.

Read more and get the recipe over at PBS Food

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    There’s no room in my life for pallid, so thanks for this great recipe!

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    THAT. LOOKS. AMAZING.

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    This looks gorgeous!  Definitely baba ghanoush done properly =)

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    Delicious plate and very healthy ingredients. One of my favorite middle eastern dishes. You Instagram photos are amazingly beautiful. Wish you a wonderful weekend. 

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