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  1. Nikki Germany says:

    Hi! I plan to try your makdous recipe in the very near future.. I’ve read that capsicum means very different things in U.S. vs Britain. I’m not sure where you’re from, so my Q is this: does this recipe simply call for a bell pepper? Or do you actually mean this hot/sweet capsicum I’ve read of?

    • fati's recipes says:

      Hi Nikki! I’m very excited to know what you think of the recipe. I was planning on posting a redux, although my original post is tip top for referring back to.
      Yes, by capsicum I mean “bell pepper”. I’m based in Australia, so I’ve got a bit US and British in my blog, just whatever I feel like using.. for example, sometimes I call hummus “garbanzo beans” 🙂 Let me know how it turns out with you (I will try posting my repeat of makdous asap because I’ve got a little more detail in it with the pics 🙂 )

  2. suzy says:

    Hi Fati, I tried the makdous recipe and while the taste was great, they were very very soft. I followed the recipe exactly, any input of what could have gone wrong? thanks

    • fati's recipes says:

      Hi Suzy, I don’t think it went wrong, by the sounds of it. The pickling process renders the eggplant “mushy”/soft and that’s why we add the nuts in the filling to add crunch. If yours were super super soft, it could just be the cooking time was too long for your eggplants, and maybe 5 minutes less on the stove would be better. So glad you enjoyed the taste though 🙂

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