Imam Bayildi means the priest fainted. The recipe got its name from a tell that says the Imam (Priest) was swooned with pleasure at the flavor when presented with this dish by his wife, others say that he fainted upon hearing the cost of the ingredients or the amount of oil used to cook the dish.
Meatballs from Izmir (former Armenian town in Turkey)
Armenian chard and chick peas soup
Assorted Vegetables Stuffed with Rice
Chicken Cooked with Garlic and Lemon in the Oven
Baked Eggplant and Beef Kebab