Kashke Bademjan is a Persian eggplant dip. It's best to serve warm and it has a creamy texture with tart favor.
Kashk is a middle eastern ingredient which is made of fermented yogurt. It's more common to find it sold wet but it can be sold dry too. It has a thick texture and to use it you can mix it with couple tablespoons of hot water to thin it out. It has a salty and tangy flavor and you can find it easily in any Iranian grocery stores.
Bademjan also translate to eggplant in Farsi!
This dip is full of flavors with just a few main ingredients. Besides Kashk, the toppings also brings lots of flavors and textures to this dip.
This recipe comes together very easily and if you like eggplant as much as me, you can even eat this as a main dish!