|Main ingredients||aubergine, tahini sauce, lettuce, parsley, tomatoes, sumac, pita bread|
|Cookbook: Fried aubergine Media: Fried aubergine|
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Fried aubergine (eggplant) (also known as Bādhinjān Maqlī in Arabic) is a vegetarian dish often served cold, consisting of fried aubergine with tahini sauce, lettuce, parsley and tomatoes, garnished with sumac and served on pita bread or sliced bread, often grilled, toasted, and sometimes fried. Variations include bell peppers, or a garlic lemon vinaigrette.
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