Eggplant Beignets with Goat Cheese Recipe

Be adventurous and try this Turkish eggplant beignet recipe with goat cheese!



Summer 2014

  • This recipe was adopted and adapted as the eggplant made its way through Central Europe.
    Photo Courtesy fotolia/mimon

Total Hands-On Time: 2 hr 45 min

Yield: 20-40 beignets (depeding on slice thickness)

Edirne (formerly Adrianople) is located on the European side of Turkey close to Bulgaria and Greece. It was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire at the beginning of their westerly expansion. This recipe has been adopted by the important local Jewish community and traveled far beyond Edirne and Central Europe.

LEARN HOW THE GYPSIES DISTRIBUTED THIS VEGETABLE ACROSS CONTINENTS IN THE TRAVELS OF THE EGGPLANT.


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