- Pita1 pack (cut into pieces)
- Onion1 (chopped)
- Minced Beef500g
- Olive oil2 tablespoon
- Saltas per taste
- Pepperas per taste
- Cumin1 teaspoon
- Eggplant2 (peeled and cut into cubes)
- Pine nutsa handful
- Yogurt1 cup
Featuring: Ladyspatula & Patron_eats
Food Crowd is welcoming Ramadan with open arms, sharing some delicious recipes with our crowd! 30 days, 30 recipes and 4 talented chefs with surprise guests are coming your way; Welcome to Ramadan with Food Crowd.
In today’s episode, Lady Spatula is making a Middle Eastern classic which is a great pick for our vegetarian crowd. Along with her, we have Ali from Patron_eats, accompanying her on this flavorful journey!
There is no Ramadan complete without a big bowl of this crunchy savory goodness on our iftar tables; Eggplant Fatteh
In a pan add olive oil, bring to heat, add in onions and saute until transparent. Then add the minced beef, season it with salt, cumin, and pepper to enhance the flavor. Combine everything well and let it cook until the meat is well done. For the eggplants, season them with salt and leave them aside for a while for them to release the moisture. Meanwhile, deep fry the pita bread pieces. Once done, deep fry the eggplants too and toast some pine nuts. Take a bowl full of yogurt, squeeze in lemon juice, add salt and mix well. It’s time to layer your bowl — add the toasted pita bread, layer with eggplant on top, a spoon full of yogurt, and add some pine nuts. Garnish with parsley.
Dig into the goodness of Fatteh for a fulfilling feeling!
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Watch the full recipe here: https://youtu.be/gewSgO70Was