Love it! This is my go to recipe for a "healthy" eggplant parm. I also add dried basil, dried oregano, and a small amount of hot pepper flakes to the top layer of eggplant before layering the sause.
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barbara96 Posted: 01/28/11
aradarn Posted: 06/22/10
this recipe taste as good as it looks in the picture.Im sure it will make as big a hit in your home as it did in mine. I will definatly make it again.The only thing i did different was add some italian sausage to the sauce.
Katie53 Posted: 04/13/12
Another healthy and delicious hit with my family!
MarlaRuth Posted: 05/24/12
This is one delicious entree worth repeating.
rganaway Posted: 08/30/12
I used a little beef boullon paste on each of the eggplant slices in addition to everything else. I also removed the skin. The set up for this is perfect (no degorging required) and the ratios came out correct. Best one I've tasted yet.
mariannette Posted: 08/23/12
hbooh19 - Your question about salting eggplant slices before cooking: Salting is optional, BUT salting serves to draw out the water in eggplants, which, depending on the age, contain quite a bit of water. Salting and draining removes some of the liquid. Thus, you have some control over the amount of liquid in the finished dish. And, the liquid often has an unpleasantly bitter taste, so salting lessens that. Eggplant slices absorb oil like a sponge when fried unless they have been salted and drained before cooking. Japanese eggplant has less bitterness. You may enjoy them more than the more commonly sold large purple globe eggplant.
blynch Posted: 02/23/13
This recipe will not yield a consistent result. My suggestion is to always peel the purple since it may be tough when the meal is finished cooking. I used a 2-qt Corning Ware dish with glass lid and baked at 375F for 40 minutes. I've had to add additional time at a lower temp with the lid on. This may be an easy meatless dish, but the ingredients used costs $7.30 purchased from H.E.B. grocery 2/2013. It doesn't taste as good as it looks. I wouldn't risk the $, work, or electricity to try it again.
hbooh19 Posted: 08/23/12
Hi! I have never worked with eggplant. I've heard that you need to soak the slices in salt water or something? Otherwise the eggplant is bitter. Is this true? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
rufester Posted: 08/19/12
really really yummy and easy