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My mom's recipe for eggplant Imam (eggplant stew):
-1 sliced eggplant
-2 sliced tomatoes
-1 sliced onion
-1 bunch of parsley
-1 can of tomato sauce
-1 small bunch of garlic cloves
-Black pepper, salt
-A large pan and a pot (If you have a large enough put you can skip the pan and just use that)
Optional: Pita bread to eat with the eggplant Imam.
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I misunderstood at first and thought she was making an omelet, which she did later. That video is coming.
Slice the onion and tomatoes. Peel the garlic cloves and dice the parsley. Put olive oil in a large pan and set the heat on medium. Put in the sliced onion and sliced tomatoes. Then pour on it a can of tomato sauce and add a few garlic cloves. Add diced parsley on top. Sprinkle black pepper on everything in the pan.
Slice the egg plan and sprinkle salt on it. Put olive oil in the pot, turn the heat to medium, and add the egg plant slices. Stir them and flip them over for about ten minutes, then pour the contents of the pan into the pot, put the lid on it, and cook it for an hour. My mom likes to eat it with toasted pita bread, too.
Here's another recipe with the story of how eggplant Imam got its name: http://www.food.com/recipe/imam-bayildi-a-stuffed-eggplant-recipe-from-asia-minor-84776
We also talk about the folk story of how eggplant Imam got its name (the Turks supposedly stole it from the Greeks...) and David Liebe Hart's dating tips.
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