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My grandmother, from Iasi (arrived in US around 1910) used no lemon juice, added chopped green peppers to the chopped onions, burnt the skin off over a flame, and only used Mazola Corn Oil as the oil. She also said to avoid metal utensils....
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PATLICAN SALATASI (Eggplant Salad), Turkish
Put whole eggplants on spit or hold with tongs over gas flame and turn while cooking. Allow the skin to turn black as this gives a smoky flavor to the salad. Peel eggplants while still hot. Place in a bowl with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and lemon juice and mash with potato masher. Add vinegar and beat until smooth. Mold into shape of eggplant and serve on platter decorated with tomatoes, peppers, onions and black olives.
Contributed by Mrs. L. Ruwin and Mrs. A. Turner, 1950
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