"Delicious dip to serve as an appetizer with pita bread or tortillas, or as a brunch meal! All you need is an eggplant, a tomato, garlic, and a couple of eggs!" — Mary
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garlic, peeled and minced
salt and pepper to taste
If you're looking for something like babaganoush, but more filling, this is the perfect recipe. I made it for my dad, and he fell in love.
It's not delicious. It's more like a diet food. You eat it because it's food, low in calories, but flat taste.
I was a little wary of the combination but tried it anyway, with one egg instead of three. It came out great! Thanks for a good kid-friendly recipe.
This was as good as it gets. The I used 2 eggs instead of 3 because that is all I had on hand, and the taste was not overpowering and it blended in well with the eggplant. The egg did not look like omelet and incorporated perfectly in the dip. The only thing I would add is more spices for an extra zing. Will make again and again!
this dish didn't turn out very nicely..maybe it's because I m not skilled at cooking scrambled eggs usually...definitely won't be trying it again. Sorry!
This is a no from me.. big no. No flavor, not pleasant to look at, smell isn't great. I love egg, and I love eggplant but not this. I cannot think of any way to salvage this so I will be tossing it
good if you're on a diet maybe. eggs and eggplant don't really go together.
I make these without the tomatoes and serve over rice. Not be for some though but I grew up on it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Eggplant Omelet Dip
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 64
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