Easy salad appetizer recipe to make a cold eggplant dip with yogurt and garlic in Turkish style.
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1) roast eggplants and peel them off after cooling
2) finely chop roasted eggplant by knife just like in the video (recommended to get a firm salad texture, if you want to get a fine paste just chop eggplant by kitchen robot)
3) season eggplant with salt and pepper to taste
4) finely chop or grate the garlic and add it over eggplants
5) add yogurt, the quantity depends on how juicy is the chopped eggplant, then mix ingredients well (the final texture has to be like a slightly viscous paste)
6) finely chop greenery to taste, place it into the bowl, then combine ingredients well
7) place the salad in the fridge for at least 1 hour before serving (recommended)
Eggplant salad with yogurt is a healthier version of eggplant salad with mayonnaise. The recipe is very easy to make and the results are quite impressive.
Despite its simplicity, the eggplant dip is very tasty and liked by almost all the people who taste it. In India is available a more spicy and flavored version, called baba ganoush.
There are many people who name this roasted eggplant dip with yogurt “Turkish eggplant salad”, even if almost the same recipe is used in Greece, Lebanon, and other Eastern and Southern Mediterranean countries.
Some of these recipes include fresh lemon juice, others contain some crushed walnut core or pine seeds.
Regarding the eggplant, the basic preparation method is roasting on coal because of the added smoked flavor. However, if you can’t roast eggplants or you don’t like the flavored aroma, you can prepare aubergines in other ways such as roasting on the gas grill or on the stovetop.
Another way is baking them in the oven. I bake aubergines every time when I can’t roast them and the eggplant salad with yogurt is very good as well.
Since the dip is prepared with yogurt, I advise you to store it in the fridge to avoid fermentation. Furthermore, I don’t recommend storing it at all, especially in the scorching summer days, but make this salad appetizer right before serving every time when you’re going to use the recipe.
The roasted eggplant salad with yogurt can be served plain just with bread, as an open sandwich, or can be used for different salad appetizers or cold appetizers such as stuffed tomatoes, stuffed bell peppers, ham rolls, and so on.
Yes, more eggplant dip recipes are available below:
View how to make roasted eggplant dip with mayonnaise!
View how to make roasted eggplant dip with bell peppers!
You can read more about eggplant salads and appetizers here.