Baba Ganoush in 30-Minutes

This is one of the great alternatives to a traditional hummus made with chickpeas and tahini. Like its cousin, Baba Ganoush is a staple found throughout the Middle East.  Most traditional recipes call for cooking the eggplant in a hot oven, grill or in a hot pan. The eggplant is often left whole while cooking, then peeled once the flesh inside has softened and the entire eggplant collapses.

I’ve made it this way before and I was always disappointed with the yield because I thought there was simply too much of the flesh (and taste) left on the

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