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Baba Ghanoush with Yogurt

"This dip goes great with everything, but it is always a big hit at parties, especially when served with hummus, tabouli and pita bread. If you're a big fan of tahini, add more according to your taste. Enjoy!"
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Ingredients

15 m servings 130 cals
Original recipe yields 7 servings (5 to 8 servings)

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  1. Wash both eggplants, and pierce them with a knife. Place eggplants on a cookie sheet, put them in a 500 degrees F (260 degrees C) preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes. After eggplants are baked and cooled, peel the skin off. Put eggplant in a mixing bowl.
  2. Stir in the lemon juice, salt, olive oil, and plain yogurt. Mix ingredients until smooth. Stir in tahini according to taste. When all ingredients are added, transfer the dip to a serving bowl. Stir in teryiaki sauce and garlic. Refrigerate until you are ready to serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 130 calories; 7.3 g fat; 14.2 g carbohydrates; 4.9 g protein; 2 mg cholesterol; 54 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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While many Baba Ghanoush recipes do not call for yogurt, it is not that uncommon either. I enjoyed this dip. However, being a garlic lover, I did add a bit more garlic.

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We didn't like this Baba Ghanoush. There shouldn't be yogurt in the dip...not to mention the teraki sauce. There is another baba ghanoush on this website that lists tahini paste and sesame see...

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We didn't like this Baba Ghanoush. There shouldn't be yogurt in the dip...not to mention the teraki sauce. There is another baba ghanoush on this website that lists tahini paste and sesame see...

While many Baba Ghanoush recipes do not call for yogurt, it is not that uncommon either. I enjoyed this dip. However, being a garlic lover, I did add a bit more garlic.

This recipe was a nice surprise given I don't really like eggplant or yogurt. It's creamy, yummy! I pureed the eggplant for a smoother texture.

I omitted the teriyaki sauce. We made it without the yogurt at first but after tasting it, decided to add the yogurt. Quite delish! I used 4 cloves of mashed garlic because we like garlic.

I didn't like this much. All I can taste is the eggplant and I even added more salt and teriyaki sauce.

This was really very nice and was a big hit with my friends...I have to make it for the Senior Center every party lol They put this on list and then tell I am making it...Some of them are from d...

Will not make a again. It was bland but made a TON. What a waste of eggplant.

I added a little more salt than was called for - this is a great party dip for either bread or veggies.

Very good. I did only one eggplant and skipped the teriyaki. I will definitely use this as a base recipe again. Oh I also put the eggplant in the blender to make it smoother.