How to Make Grilled Eggplant Salad – Vegan Recipe

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This is a fresh & summery vegan Lebanese-style eggplant salad that’s easy to prepare and makes a great addition to any BBQ and seafood dishes. This salad is originally known as ‘Raheb Salad’. It combines grilled smoky eggplants with fresh vegetables and nuts and is eaten with good fresh bread.

In this recipe, we’ll show you how to grill the eggplants in the oven. However, grilling the eggplants on a gas-stove top or over fire would give the salad a more intense smoky flavor. If you happen to have a gas-stove top, remove the hob, line the base with aluminum foil to protect it then return the hob (only the burner should be exposed). Then, prick the eggplants with a knife and grill them – turning them around every 15 mins – till the skin is nicely charred, burnt and soft. When the eggplants are done, put them in a bowl covered with cling film so the vapor would help peel the skin easier. Then peel, put in a colander to drain excess water and they’re ready to use.

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Grilled Eggplant Salad

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