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Eggplant is not a popular food in some cultures, that is changing. These delicious, beautiful purple skinned fruits are not only good for you but very tasty. One way to prepare them is to coat slices with a batter of your choice and fry. This is a guide about making fried eggplant slices.
Try this vegan bacon substitute. So good you can even use it on sandwiches. This is a guide about making crispy eggplant "bacon".
This page contains recipes for Eggplant Parmesan (Parmigiana). Eggplant Parmesan is a delicious meatless Italian dish. There are several ways to prepare this classic casserole.
All you need to make this delicious roasted eggplant dip or spread is oil, eggplant, onion, and garlic. It is easy to make and versatile to serve as a dip for veggies, or spread it on toast or a sandwich. This page contains photos and step by step instructions for preparing this recipe.
Using eggplant for these delicious burgers can be made vegan or vegetarian. A great way to get more vegetables in your family's diet. This page contains an eggplant burger recipe.
This guide contains a healthy stuffed eggplant recipe. Here is a new use for eggplant in this meatless main dish.
This is a guide about pull-apart garlic eggplant. This side dish is a great substitution for carb conscious dieters.
You don't need to use meat to prepare a delicious meatball. There are many veggies that can be substituted. This is a guide about eggplant meatballs.
This is a guide about eggplant moussaka. Moussaka is a traditional dish in Greece and Turkey. There are many variations of this delicious eggplant dish.
Eggplant whether used in a vegetarian casserole or one containing meat, often veal, it is a delicious main course dish. This page contains eggplant casserole recipes.
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This recipe is so easy and with all the fresh eggplant and tomatoes from the garden is very low cost. Even my 24-year old son loves it even if it is a meatless dish.
Peel and slice eggplant. Cook in 1 inch boiling salted water about 10 minutes or until tender. Mash the eggplant and mix with butter, eggs, pepper, onion, oregano, and cracker crumbs.
This was frugal for me because I grew the carrots and eggplant. I got the tomato sauce for free with coupons, and had the other ingredients. It was healthy and tasty, and I will vary the cheeses and sauces I use depending on what's available. I may try it with just flavored bread crumbs.
Starting with the eggplant, cut into 1/4-in slices. Place plate and sprinkle with salt. Set aside for 15 minutes.
Great veggie recipe!
I like this because it is somewhat healthier than if you use pasta and very good. Spray bottom of casserole with cooking spray. Add a little spaghetti sauce to it.
Saute' onion and green pepper in butter. Add potatoes, carrots and celery. Add chicken stock and seasonings. Add eggplant. Cook, covered, over moderate heat until eggplant is soft.
Pare eggplant and slice in rings 1/4 inch thick. Salt. Roll in egg and then cracker crumbs or flour. Fry in hot oil until a golden brown color on both sides.
Pare eggplant and cut in small cubes. Cook until tender. Drain well; add salt and pepper, to taste. Add egg, butter, onions and dry crumbs. Mix and place in greased baking dish. Cover with 1/2 cup buttered crumbs. Bake 30 minutes at 375 degrees F. Serves 6.
Cut eggplant in half lengthwise. Scoop out pulp to within 1/2 inch of edge. Bring 2 cups water, salt and 2 tablespoons lemon juice to a boil in 3 qt. saucepan. Place eggplant shells in boiling water; cover. Parboil for 5 minutes.
This recipe is a great way to prepare eggplant. Combined with other fresh vegetables, it is perfect as a side dish or a light meal.
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Anyone have any ideas on what to do with extra eggplant from the garden?
I have a lot of eggplant any good ideas.