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|Makdous (Pickled stuffed eggplant in olive oil)|
|Written by Ghinwa Alameen|
|Thursday, 28 October 2010 23:31|
Fall is the season when many Syrian households are busy preparing makdous (magdoos) for the whole year. Piles of baby eggplants are stuffed with walnut and sun-dried red pepper then pickled in olive oil. A staple breakfast/supper/snack dish.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 20 November 2010 21:59|
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