The word fatteh means "to crumble" in Arabic and this is the idea behind this dish. Bread that is somewhat stale is crumbled, toasted, and layered with a variety of ingredients including a yogurt sauce and some fried pine nuts.
- Main ingredients
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Step by Step method
- Placed yogurt, garlic, and salt together in a medium-sized bowl and mix them well.
- Using a potato peeler, Flake a longitudinal slices of eggplant skin, each one 1cm width .
- In a large pan, fry the eggplants stirring from time to time until they release their flavor; get soft and browned a bit.
- Dry the eggplant with paper towels, to absorb excess oil and leave to cool down.
- On the same pan, fry the onions to become tender, and add the minced meat, until browned.
- Add sweet pepper, cinnamon, salt.
- Rip each eggplant longitudinally, where the skin peeled, to make a gap in the eggplant, then filled with the mixture of meat and chopped tomatoes.
- Add 3 tablespoons of tomato sauce to yogurt.
- Spread the fried bread in a serving dish
- Placed the eggplant on top of the bread, enter it to previously warm-up oven, and leave it approximately for 10 minutes.
- After you take it out of the oven, pour on each eggplant a full tablespoon of yogurt sauce.
- Add a pinch of fried pine nuts and dried mint on the top of the dish for serving.