You can’t go wrong with a comforting dip and bread. When my boyfriend showed me how to make this popular Bulgarian eggplant dip I was completely hooked. It reminded me of the morrocan eggplant dip my sister in law would make. Time to break a piece of bread and start dipping!…
If you’d ask me what my most comforting types of dishes are I’d go with soups, curries and casseroles, I’m definitely a savoury type of guy. Since we’re in the middle of the holiday seasons it’s about time we start sharing some delicious comforting dishes to share with the entire family. See this is what’s so amazing about casseroles, they are the perfect dish to share with friend, families or random strangers on the street! I’ll be serving this for my family and friends during christmas, its easy, affordable and of course delicious!
Every time I visit my sister-in-law she always makes the most delicious vegan dishes specially for me, one of my favourite dishes she makes for me is an eggplant dish similar to this from the oven, containing a tomato sauce and fried eggplants. No matter how many different dishes there are I always go for that one first! I love making dishes that spark my memory and this is definitely one, every time I eat it I’ll be reminded of the times I visit my brother and sister-in-law and their loving home.
This casserole is a dish with a layer of sweet potato, chickpeas and baked eggplants topped with a delicious savoury tomato/coconut sauce. Instead of frying the eggplant I decided to bake it first to cut down the oil needed, especially since eggplant acts like a sponge. You can obviously sub certain ingredients if they don’t fit your taste. For example try using regular potatoes instead of sweet or maybe add zucchini and use a different kind of bean instead of chickpeas, there are so many options! If you are HCLF you can even try baking it without oil, I’m not an expert so I don’t know how this will work out, but feel free to let me know!