Raheb Salad

The word "raheb" translates to "monk" in Arabic, but here we're in a kitchen so it has nothing to do with that. It is also a salad, with roasted eggplant as its main ingredient. We've mixed it with some tomato, bell pepper, onion, and parsley, delivering a very delicious salad. Give it an authentic taste by using some pomegranate molasses.
The word "raheb" translates to "monk" in Arabic, but here we're in a kitchen so it has nothing to do with that. It is also a salad, with roasted eggplant as its main ingredient. We've mixed it with some tomato, bell pepper, onion, and parsley, delivering a very delicious salad. Give it an authentic taste by using some pomegranate molasses.

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Ingredients

2 medium-sized eggplants
salt
1 teaspoon vegetable oil
¼ cup lemon juice
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon pomegranate molasses
2 garlic cloves, crushed
2 tomatoes, diced
1 yellow bell pepper, diced
1 spring onion, chopped
2 tablespoons of parsley, chopped

Ingredients

Steps

1
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Preheat the oven to 360 degrees F/180 degrees C.

2
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Slice the eggplants into halves and season them with salt.

3
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Line a baking tray with parchment paper and place the eggplant halves on it, cut-side up. Drizzle vegetable oil on the eggplants, then move the tray to the oven for the next 25 minutes.

4
Done

Add the lemon juice, olive oil, and crushed garlic to a small bowl. Add the pomegranate molasses and give it a good stir.

5
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When the eggplants are cooked, let them cool and remove their soft flesh using a spoon. Chop the eggplant flesh.

6
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Add the chopped tomatoes to a large bowl along with the bell pepper, spring onion, parsley, and eggplant.

7
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Pour the olive oil and garlic dressing and mix well.

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Nutritional Chart

289 kcal
Calories
8 g
Protein
11 g
Fat
49 g
Carbohydrates

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Vlad Popa

I guess I’ve always had a passion for cooking ever since I was a kid when I was mom’s little helper in the kitchen. Even though I wasn’t actually cooking, I was a picky eater, and I focused on bringing more flavor to her dishes, by adding extra herbs and spices I felt might enrich it. Time has passed, and I haven’t changed that much: I am now my girlfriend’s helper.

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