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Tortma Stew - My Little Twist on a Traditional Arabic Meal

Tortma Stew - My Little Twist on a Traditional Arabic Meal created by kitty.rock

My kids will eat just about any stew I set in front of them as long as it is served on top of rice. I revised an Arabic recipe, normally served as a casserole, to be created totally on the stovetop. It can be served on rice or eaten on a plate using pita bread. Fried eggplant with tomatoey sauce and cinnamon and other spices will please all your senses.

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directions

  • Peel and cut eggplant into 1 1/2 inch cubes.
  • Sprinkle with salt in a colander. Shake to mix.
  • Wait 10 minutes to 1/2 hour.
  • Blot eggplant with paper towels.
  • Fry in oil until soft and golden brown.
  • Set aside.
  • Brown ground beef in a large pot.
  • Add onion and cook until onion is soft.
  • Add spices and saute a few minutes.
  • Add fried eggplant, tomatoes, tomato paste and water.
  • Simmer for 1/2 hour to an hour.
  • Add more water if necessary.
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"My kids will eat just about any stew I set in front of them as long as it is served on top of rice. I revised an Arabic recipe, normally served as a casserole, to be created totally on the stovetop. It can be served on rice or eaten on a plate using pita bread. Fried eggplant with tomatoey sauce and cinnamon and other spices will please all your senses."
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  1. kitty.rock
    Tortma Stew - My Little Twist on a Traditional Arabic Meal Created by kitty.rock
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  2. kitty.rock
    This was WONDERFUL. Made exactly as written and enjoyed it over jasmati rice. Wonderful aroma while cooking and the flavor was sweet yet richly savory. A definite keeper recipe ~ DH enjoyed it very much too. Thanks for posting. Made for Spring PAC 2010!
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  3. Cookie Jarvis
    My kids will eat just about any stew I set in front of them as long as it is served on top of rice. I revised an Arabic recipe, normally served as a casserole, to be created totally on the stovetop. It can be served on rice or eaten on a plate using pita bread. Fried eggplant with tomatoey sauce and cinnamon and other spices will please all your senses.
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