Fried eggplant

Patlıcan kızartma[1] or Patlıcan kızartması[2][3] (Turkish for fried eggplant) is an eggplant dish from the Turkish cuisine. It is such a common dish during summer months that this season used to be called "patlıcan kızartma ayları" (fried eggplant months)[4] in Ottoman Istanbul, where this generalized frying caused huge fires and destroyed entire mahalles due to the abundance of old wooden houses.[5][6]

Turkish style patlıcan kızartması is usually eaten with a garlic yogurt or tomato sauce. In Arabic and Israeli cuisines, fried eggplant is typically served with a tahini sauce.[7] In Israel, it is used to make sabich: a popular sandwich of friend eggplant and hard boiled egg in a pita.[8]

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References

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  3. Necmettin Halil Onan (1943). Dilbilgisi. Milli Eğitim Basımevi.
  4. Vahdettin Engin (2010). Cumhuriyetin aynası Osmanlı. Yeditepe. ISBN 978-605-4052-21-9.
  5. Burhan Oğuz (2005). Türkiye halkının kültür kökenleri: teknikleri, müesseseleri, inanç ve âdetler. Halk eczacılık ve sağaltma teknikleri. [Anadolu aydinlanma vakfı]]. ISBN 978-975-428-002-9.
  6. Burhan Arpad (1983). Yokedilen İstanbul: gözlemler, belgeler, anılar. Türkiye Turing ve Otomobil Kurumu.
  7. Caroline (2017-08-09). "Roasted eggplant with tahini". Retrieved 2018-05-08.
  8. Hybrid Power: The Iraqi-Israeli Sabich
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