|Place of origin||Georgia, Azerbaijan|
|Main ingredients||Eggplant, potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, seasoning|
Ajapsandali (Georgian: აჯაფსანდალი), or ajapsandal (Azerbaijani: əcəbsəndəl) is a traditional Azerbaijani, Georgian and Armenian dish, also popular in the Northern Caucasus. It consists of onion, eggplant, tomato and bell pepper stewed or fried in vegetable oil and seasoned with garlic, basil, coriander leaves, parsley and other seasoning. Sometimes potato, chili pepper and even carrots are added although traditional recipes don't include them.
- Андрей Бугайский. Бинарный снаряд из овощей. // журнал BBQ.
- Burford T. 2015, Georgia, Bradt Travel Guide, p. 71.
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