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Baba Ganouch Recipe

1 medium
1 large
1 bulb

red bell pepper

sesame paste – to taste
lemon juice – to taste
olive oil – to taste
salt & pepper – to taste

Oven Temp: 400°
Recipe Cooking Time: 45 minutes
Pan Type: sheet pan

Baba Ganouch Directions

Preheat your oven.

Rub the eggplant and red pepper with the olive oil. Season with the salt and pepper. Cut the top off of the garlic bulb and place all three on sheet pan. Put pan into the oven and roast for the allotted time, turning every few minutes until the skin on the red pepper is coming away from its meat. The eggplant should be completely soft and the garlic is soft.

Recipe Note: Garlic will appear a golden brown and start to come out of its husk.

As each vegetable reaches these states, pull it off the sheet pan and place into a covered bowl. When they are cool enough to handle, peel the skin off the red pepper and remove the seeds. Peel the skin off of the eggplant. Squeeze the garlic out of its skin. (Keep them separate to start with). Place the pepper and eggplant into a food processor with some of the garlic. Use as much as you prefer, the roasting will tame the flavor a bit. Puree and drizzle the oil into the processor while it is running and process until the mix reaches a smooth consistency. Be careful that the recipe doesn't get too runny.
Add sesame paste, lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Serve baba ganouch chilled or at room temperature.

Recipe Yields: 2 1/2 – 3 cups

Note: This baba ganouch recipe is best served with pita bread. Also a good sour dough bread will make dinner time special.

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