19 comments

  1. Salixisme

    This sounds incredibly good!
    When I make Baba Ganoush I usually roast my eggplants whole, then cut them up and scoop out the flesh once they are all soft and squishy.

    September 3, 2013

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  2. Matt
    Matt

    Hi Sonia, I *think* the correct spelling is “baba ghanouj”. When we (Westerners) say “ghanouj”, we phonetically pronounce it “ganoosh”…Looks delicious, can’t wait! (I’ll add a dash of hot pepper flakes!)

    September 4, 2013

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  3. Valerie @ theGothicBallerina

    I personally spell it as ghanouj, but I could be wrong.

    That looks so delicious! Do you think I could also put some hummus on top as well?

    September 4, 2013

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  4. Kevin @ Closet Cooking

    What a tasty breakfast bowl!

    September 4, 2013

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  5. Emily K @ Leaf Parade

    Ha! Just last night (as I sat down to eat an entire roasted eggplant on my own), I was thinking about how great a big pile of “Baba G” would be on top of a beef burger (especially as I’ve been known to top burgers with tahini paste). This plan sounds even better! Thank you for reading my mind!
    -Emily K

    September 4, 2013

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  6. Susan
    Susan

    This bowl sounds delicious. Not sure I’m ready for it for breakfast, but lunch or dinner? You bet!

    I think Matt is correct about the spelling. But we have to remember that the name is probably transliterated from Arabic, and the characters they write with look nothing like ours. So it’s really anybody’s guess what the correct spelling is.

    September 4, 2013

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  7. Jenny @ Paleofoodiekitchen

    I spell it as “Ganoosh”. lol!! Maybe different regions spell it differently? I’m a fan of it no matter what it’s called :) I like your version using eggplants to make it really creamy! And topping beef makes me want to eat that for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

    September 5, 2013

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  8. rusyena

    hi sonia,
    it looks so yummy…
    have a good appetite.

    we say the name of this meal in Turkish; “Baba Gannuş” … in English you can say “Baba Gannoush”…
    while pronunciating the consonant “n”, it should be said two times… so while writing this word, according to grammar rules there must be two “n” consonants.

    greetings from Turkey.
    rusyena

    September 8, 2013

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