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Part 1 of 2 HowToExpo.com A wonderful Middle Eastern recipe that is quick to make and full of flavor. For written directions and ingredients visit http Absolutely delicious, eat warm or cold. Cooking this recipe can be done in a stock pot layered with eggplant, tomato sauce, garlic and spices. In This video tutorial Mariette demonstrates the easy steps on how to cook Imambaildi. There is hardly any oil in this particular recipe, but traditionally each eggplant is fried. A great addition to your weight loss diet menu. As Mariette prefers here recipes to be on the more healthy side as much as possible she has skipped the frying part of this traditional recipe and has used extra virgin olive oil instead to saute the onions and garlic. The lovely part of this dish, is that you can make it spicy with some diced up chili peppers or make it mild and flavorful with green, red bell peppers. Wrap it up in a pita pocket bread, or place it on a toasted french baquette. Can be served on its own as a main dish, or serve it as an appetizer, side dish. Its simply delish. This recipe is well known all over the Middle East, Africa, Armenia, and im sure each part of the world makes it there own special way. Hope you enjoy the video and give this recipe a try. HowToExpo.com HowToExpo Different ways of spelling Imambaildi, imam baildi, imambayldi, imambaylda, eggplant casserole