Supper Freek's Melitzanosalata (Greek Eggplant Dip)

Greek eggplant dip

This is the eggplant dip, or melitzanosalata as we call it in Greece, that we serve on our summery menu on the Supper Freek supper club. This version is a light one and it's based on my mom's recipe which is based on the original on the original Agioritiki Melitzanosalata from Athos in Greece (Evolution is everything). I've gone for a light version without the addition of yogurt and with much less garlic. I've also added the chili for some extra heat.

We serve it as an Aperitif with a French dish, Julie's salmon Rillettes and really good freshly baked bread. Our guests so far seem to enjoy it a lot!

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