Eggplant Dip/Raita - My Family Recipe
This dip is also one of my favorite condiments that I enjoy with Indian food, vegetables or with grilled pita bread. It is very easy to make and it sure is crowd pleasing. So here’s what we need.
Yields: A big bowl I just can not make smaller batch of it.
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The mix of flavors in this recipe is downright perfection! We saved a little energy and mashed the eggplant in the food processor... worked like a dream! The Test Kitchen
3 clow fat greek yogurt
1-2 smallhot green chilies
4-5big garlic cloves
1inch ginger piece
1/2 croasted peanuts
2/3 tspdried yellow mustard
·salt to taste
1/2 cchopped cilantro
1 tspoil to roast eggplant
How to Make Eggplant Dip/Raita - My Family Recipe
- Once roasted, remove from flame/oven and let it cool down a bit before you peel off the burnt skin and remove the stem of the eggplant.
In a mixing bowl mash the eggplant using fork and let it cool down completely.
In a food processor add peanuts and process twice until it breaks down into tiny pieces. Remove it in a bowl of mashed eggplant and in a same food processor bowl finely process green chilies, garlic and ginger. Add it to the eggplant mixture along with 3 cups of Greek yogurt. Season with salt and mustard. Add chopped cilantro and mix well.
- Serve immediately or refrigerate it until you are ready to serve. It tastes best when you allow the flavors to develop so if you have time let it sit in refrigerator for an hour or two. Once chilled give it a quick stir and garnish with some peanuts and chopped cilantro.
Serve with whatever you like. It goes best with grilled pita, vegetables, steamed rice or anything. I can just eat a bowl full of it right away. It is that comfy!
Recipe link: zaikazabardast.com/...eggplantdip