Protected: How to Make Fattet Al-Makdous/Eggplant Fatteh

'Fatteh' comes from the Arabic language meaning crumble or lay bread over something.

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Maha Obeid
Maha Obeid has two bachelor degrees, one in Archeology and another in education. Back in Syria, she worked for a humanitarian relief and support organization. She loves making delicious food and her love for Austria developed as she grew up listening to one of the most famous classical Arabic songs 'Layali El Ounsi Fi Vienna '('The pleasant evenings in Vienna').

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