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This is a post and new recipe I did for my lovely friend Elaine who blogs on exceedingly flavour-packed food over at foodbod. Do please click over to read more and grab this creamy, crunchy fusion recipe I made just for her. And you, of course!

It’s Burnt Aubergines (Eggplant) stuffed with Avocado-Tahini Sauce, Fried Capers and Yuzu Chickpeas, btw.

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Can you believe that this guest post series has been running for over six months? I’m amazed, I didn’t really have a plan when I started it, but I probably didn’t expect it to go on for so long, and with so many amazing posts! I’ve been overwhelmed with the care and creativity that has been taken by so many of you, and I thank you greatly for being so enthusiastic πŸ™‚ at the bottom of this post you will find a montage of all of the dishes that I have been β€˜virtually fed’ and links to everyone’s posts. Please do remind yourself of the wonderful array of dishes, all following my request to make vegetarian, gluten free, sugar free, healthy dishes.

I know this was quite a challenge for some of you and I can only say a HUGE thank you, you did a fabulous job, I would eat…

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12 thoughts on “What would feed me..Kellie? …the series finale & round up..

  1. superfitbabe says:

    Eggplant with avocado and tahini?! Sounds like my kind of meal too ❀

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this on your blog Kellie, it’s a lovely recipe xxx

    1. Awe, my two favorite veggie bloggers together in one post. If I were anywhere near you girls, I would say lets do lunch!
      Tracey

      1. And we’d be there!!
        X

      2. Aw, thanks so much Tracey. I would love a big get together with so many lovely bloggers like yourself. :-))

  3. Kellie, this eggplant dish looks seriously good. And those fried caper chickpeas! I’m always a sucker for a Middle Eastern inspired eggplant dishes. And as we’ve discussed before, funny how we never think to blog some of our most loved go-to dishes. πŸ˜‰ So glad you shared this though!

    1. I know, right? I sometimes forget that I have been around soooo long that I have built up quite the repertoire of unpublished recipes. Not all of them bloggable perhaps but with seeds of something better. I’m chuffed that you appreciate this mid east- far east spin

  4. suebrightling says:

    So colourful, too good not to try.. so Wednesdays meal for us…

    1. Thanks Sue! Tomorrow’s weather is supposed to be great for a bbq. at last!

  5. Awe, my two favorite veggie bloggers together in one post. If I were anywhere near you girls, I would say lets do lunch!
    Tracey

  6. Love, love, love this recipe! It reminds me of a wrap I ate years ago when pregnant with my daughter. I’ve been thinking of that sandwich ever since, the perfect combo of roasted eggplant, hummus and avocado, I will definitely be making this one.

    I also love all things citrus. Please, please tell me where I can find powdered yuzu online, I never knew it was available in powdered form and all the bottled yuzu I can find locally has some extra funky ingredients that I have no interest in consuming.

    Great post, thanks!

    1. Ooh, this would be good on a sandwich! Great call! As for the yuzu, I don’t know where you are but in the UK you can get powdered yuzu from souschef.co.uk. They have loads of unusual things for those who like to experiment with food.

If you have time, I would love to hear from you. Thanks so much!

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