Sunday, February 1, 2009

Karniyarik

Karniyarik (stuffed eggplant with ground beef) is one of the most well known dishes in Turkish cuisine. It's Oven Cooked.

Ingredients - Karniyarik :
  • 1 eggplant
  • olive oil for frying
  • 1 tablespoon butter or margarine
  • 7 oz ground beef or lamb
  • 1 onion chopped
  • 1 tablespoon fresh chopped parsley
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste
  • salt and ground black pepper
  • 1 tomato sliced into thin rings
Preparation - Karniyarik :
  • Peel the skin of the eggplant in stripes. Cut in half lengthwise and scoop out the flesh without breaking the skin. The eggplant halves should look like two boats.
  • Heat a little olive oil in a skillet and fry the eggplants on all sides until lightly browned. Drain and place in a roasting pan, hollow sides up. Preheat a 375 F oven. Melt the butter or margarine in a separate pan and cook the meat, onion, parsley, and tomato paste together. When cooked, fill the eggplant shells with the meat mixture and place a few tomato rings on each one. Pour 1-1/4 cups water into the roasting pan.
  • Cook in the oven for 30 minutes, or until the eggplants are cooked. Serve with rice.
Karniyarik Recipe on Video...

9 comments:

  1. Hi
    I really enjoy new cuisine and you have inspired me with your blog. The recipes look scrumptious.
    Thanks for coming to Oz to see 70 Plus and Still Kicking. I'm sure our paths will cross again.
    Cheers
    June in Oz

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  2. yeah all of the turkish so traditional...all turkish ppl known well and cooking and it's name mr.KARNIYARIK bur need it near necessary CACIK and WHİTE PİLAV...teşekkür ederim bu güzel tariflerin için benim blog arkadaşım...Yüreğine ve ellerine sağlık...karnıyarık tarifinin senin recipeses içinde bulunması bir TÜRK olarak bana onur verdi ve mutlu oldum..Tekrar teşekkürler...

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  3. also i loved wooden spoon and fork....Anatolian style...i liked good designnnn..thanks my friend..teşekkür ederim arkadaşım...artık yemek masalarında kullanılmasada tahta kaşık ve çatal..still i love wood forks and spoons

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  4. My husband and I are both quite fond of eggplant. I will be trying this very soon.

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  5. Hi June Saville,

    Thanks for support and cooperation. Cheers and best regards dear blogger.

    Hi Jeannie,
    Full respect to you and your husband and any body loves eggplant, I don't blame you at all, try it...yummy.
    bye

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  6. Himy my friend.Thank u also for ur apritiation my friend.That work of my was a great pleasure for me too.I know that ur understand how difficult it is to create wşthout moulds.The art of mouldless baking is my area.There i can put my creativity and variety to br different:)thanks again for your efforts and for your being there for me and sharing your tşme and lovely ideas.just stay in touch...see you my friend bye...

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  7. Delish! Looks awesome! Easy recipe as well! great site!

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  8. Looks delicious! Great recipe! Great Site!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment! Enjoy Middle Eastern and Lebanese Recipes! :)

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