Seafood Stuffed Eggplant

  • shawan Posted: 09/12/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion


  • SuzA430 Posted: 10/09/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I just made this as a weekend lunch special, and my husband absolutely loved it. We didn't eat the shells tough, but that's OK since they still make for an excellent presentation dish. The only alteration I made is- I used crushed almonds instead of bread crumbs since the hubby is going low-carb, which added a slight crunchiness to the stuffing, but it tastes amazing. Definitely would make it for a special occasion and/or dinner parties. I will probably prepare it a day in advance in such case and leave only the baking for the day of the party, since it would cut down the clean-up time

  • NancyIV Posted: 10/15/09
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    This recipe is a little long, and takes more time than I normally have. It was very, very good though. My husband and i both loved it. I would have given it a five had it not taken so long. I will make this dish again, but probably on the weekend :D

  • Emz101 Posted: 09/22/12
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    This recipe was decent, but lacked a little flavor probably because I didn't use beer and ham to save on calories. I also used bay scallops as well as shrimp and didn't use nearly as much bread crumbs to again save on calories. I would use more garlic next time. I didn't really think the actual shells were that good since eggplant skin can be tough and I would rather just put the filling in a ramekin. They were also huge I couldn't eat the whole thing, so make sure your hungry when you make these.


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