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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Stuffed aubergine (karniyarik) recipe

Stuffed aubergine (karniyarik) is one of the traditional Turkish food recipe for meat and vegetable lovers. You can find many stuffed aubergine (karniyarik) recipe on the internet but the one I am sharing with you, is the easiest and most simple you can find. I will give you the recipe exactly how I cook stuffed aubergine. I will give you recipe for 4-6 people but you can reduce or increase the ingredients for less or more people.


6 Medium aubergine

500 gram/1/2 kilo Ground Mince beef

1 Medium Onion

2 Large Tomatoes

1 Tablespoon Tomato Paste (two if you don’t have pepper paste)

1 teaspoon red pepper flakes

Red pepper flake or black pepper


1 teaspoon cut garlic

Olive Oil

How to cook

First fry your aubergine in fry pan (till inside of aubergine get smooth)

Once is cooked, put the aubergine to the side (aubergine should get cold than you can fill inside)

Chopped the tomatoes and onion than put to fry pan to cook with olive oil, add little bit salt, one teaspoon garlic, rep pepper flake than start to cook

Once your mince beef is cooked, cut your aborigines a slit from end to end. Make sure cut won’t be too deep otherwise you cannot fill the aborigine

Fill your aubergine with mince beef

When your aubergine is filled, place the filled aubergine in to the fry pan

Mix the tomato paste with a glass of water, also add black or red pepper flake and salt

Add this water to the fry pan and cook with your aubergine

Once your aubergine and sauce is cooked, enjoy your stuffed aubergine
P.S for vegetarian people, aubergine can be fried in same way and instead of mince beef you can fill with feta cheese and you can cook in oven. You should add some olive oil and heat rove oven tray to make sure aubergine will not burn and cheese will mel

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