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Georgian "Badrazhan"

fat league | Aug 7, 2004 02:15 PM

The dish "Badrazhan" is a mutation of the Georgian word "baklazhan," for eggplant. Badrazhan is an eggplant dish common in Georgia and eaten in Georgian restaurants in much of Eurasia. The eggplant is fried and heavily spiced with walnuts, coriander, and some other items, and, on some nights at the restaurant Tblisi on Kings Highway, supplemented with pomegranite seeds. I haven't found it anywhere else in New York, nor have I found a good recipe. Help with both please!!??

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