Made it twice & loved it. Both times my husband commented on how great it is. I make my own polenta adding asiago, stock & milk & chill until needed. I stacked the ingredients on the dinner plate putting the it in the oven to melt the cheese.
Eggplant Parmesan Stacks
Judester Posted: 08/28/09
Birdie786 Posted: 08/19/09
I really liked how easy this recipe was and how delicious it turned out. The only thing I did differently was that I only stacked them half height and just served two on a plate. Will make this one again.
steponit Posted: 10/11/10
This is incredibly good as well as easy to make! I love finding great vegetarian recipes that the whole family loves...
AlinaB Posted: 08/20/11
My husband and I loved this dish - absolutely easy to assemble and looks and tastes super impressive. I was out of mozzarella, so I sprinkled polenta/eggplant only with freshly grated parmesan, and it still tasted great.
icancookthat Posted: 09/20/11
A nice alternative to classic eggplant Parmesan Check out my post here: http://www.icancookthat.org/2011/09/eggplant-parmesan-stacks.html
tara31 Posted: 11/05/11
I used cooked grits in place of the eggplant and piled everything into a 13x9 and baked casserole-style. Delicious homemade tomato sauce!
richmondtxcook Posted: 04/02/13
We are trying to eat vegetarian at least one night per week. This was easy and delicious. We had on hand a precooked polenta with sundried tomatoes and garlic and sauteed it. Also were in a hurry so used an organic pasta sauce and melted the cheese on the eggplant at the end of the cook time, then assembled them on our plates. We will definitely make again and try the sauce recipe.
steponme Posted: 08/20/14Missouri City, TX
Would make an impressive appetizer or side for a dinner party. I had to add meat for the husband, so I paired it with the chicken only from CL's 'Herbed Chicken' Parmesan and also added the salad greens and buttermilk/avocado dressing from CL's 'Turkey and Romaine Salad.' I also made my stacks casserole style as another reviewer did; used a 7" x 11" Pyrex. Ended up with 6 stacks put extra sauce in between stacks. Fantastic meal!