Kashk Bademjan

Always made fresh, the Kashk Bademjan at Moby Dick House of Kabob is a combination of sautéed eggplant, whipped garlic, traditional Persian herbs, a hint of salt and pepper, and garnished with caramelized onion and creamy yogurt.

Babemjan means eggplant in Farsi, while Kashk is a form of yogurt. When mixed together with other ingredients, it makes a light yet flavorful eggplant dip. Kashk Badmjan is typically offered as an appetizer or side dish with a Persian meal but can also be the center of a meatless meal.

Found all over the world, eggplant is grown year-round. It is the primary ingredient in Kashk Bademjan. Moby Dick House of Kabob sources fresh vegetables daily for all of its dishes. We specifically look for eggplants that are firm and glossy to begin the process of making a dip that brings together some of the best of traditional Persian ingredients and flavors reminiscent of the best of Mediterranean cuisine.

Kashk Bademjan is best served alongside freshly baked pita. An order of Moby’s famous freshly baked naan, made-to-order, comes with every order. A mouthful of flavors come together in this dish. Make this eggplant dish a healthy and delicious option for your next meal!

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