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    Mmmmm, eggplant and ground beef with cheese topping.

    Recipe #285927

    This is a new favorite of mine. I was blown away by the wonderful flavors. I'm not a vegetarian but didn't miss meat with this. The onions turn out still crunchy, which I liked but if you don't you might try sautéing them in a little oil first.

    Recipe #205642

    I saw Michael make this on his cooking show, Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello. The episode was "Movable Feast".

    Recipe #216362

    Pretty tasty. Strong flavor. The eggplant soaks it up! Yummy with sticky rice.

    Recipe #196324

    My Dad mailed me this sometime in the 80’s along with a story about the grumpiest man in the club restaurant he managed falling in love with this dish. I have modified his recipe some.

    Recipe #182163

    I found this for the Zaar World Tour. It reminds me of my favorite dish at my favorite restaurant in Chinatown.

    Recipe #134688

    This is an extraordinary recipe. The sauce is made with only 60 cloves of garlic! I've been astounding guest with this dish since 1981. Be daring, discover how mild & delicious the garlic sauce taste. The recipe came from a cookbook called "Sunday Best". Eggplant is my favorite vegetable. I've collected over 500 eggplant recipes over the years. It's not diffucult.

    Recipe #101914

    2 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    I have not tried this recipe myself it is submited for an ISO request. This spicy eggplant dish is a little sweet, a tiny bit sour, and highly flavorful. The dish tastes just as good if you omit the meat. Eggplant is such a "meaty" vegetable in texture that it'll still make a very filling meal, when paired with a big bowl of steamed rice.

    Recipe #21384

    No more soggy eggplant!The secret is in the cornstarch.It keeps the eggplant crisp.

    Recipe #60764

    5 Reviews |  By Mrs B

    These tasty roll-ups are simple and quick to make; they look pretty impressive too. You can make the roll-up filling in advance, if you like; it will sit quite happily in the fridge for a few hours until you need it. Cooking time includes the time for salting the eggplants.

    Recipe #131964

    A friend of mine made this for dinner for us, and I can't tell you how good it is. It made a great side dish with our grilled salmon, and would go with any grilled meat or fish really. I would have it on it's own for lunch too. It comes from Delia Smith. If you don't have a grill pan for the top of the stove, you can just broil the eggplant, but I like the nice lines the pan leaves. The recipe tells you to skin the tomatoes, but my friend didn't bother and neither would I ! I would make this ahead though, so all the flavors can mingle and get to know one another. Plus, then it's all done, and you can have an extra glass of wine while someone else grills your meat or fish!

    Recipe #167299

    This subtly flavoured dish is from Catalonia; an historic country in southern Europe. Geographically it’s the North West corner of Spain and a sliver of neighbouring France. Barcelona is the capital city.

    Recipe #173976

    Eggplant is so full of nutrients and is a very filling vegetable as well - great for people who are just getting used to a vegetarian diet and who are missing the 'chunky' texture of meat in a dish. This makes either a very nice vegetarian/vegan main dish or a nice side to compliment an East Indian or Middle Eastern main dish.

    Recipe #165896

    This was the first "soufflé" I’d made, and it came out quite well! (And was actually a LOT easier to make than I'd anticipated.) Steingrim, who dislikes eggplant, loved it. Finally, an eggplant he’ll eat! :) The recipe is adapted from Kim D’s adopted recipe for "Creole Eggplant Souffle."

    Recipe #122418

    22 Reviews |  By Bergy

    If you like eggplant hold on to your bippy! This is good! It is not as high in calories as you may suspect.

    Recipe #33201

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The eggplant just melts away just like the meat!!!!!!!!! You can use beef,veal and or chicken! You can also make this on the stove top or in a crock pot. Top it with Grated Cheese!!!!!

    Recipe #50610

    Friends of ours used to grow eggplants and loved any recipe that used eggplant. I like this recipe because I love eggplant. Perfect meal in one dish.

    Recipe #53794

    This is an adopted recipe from MeanChef, a former member, his version of a popular dish. No frying involved, so it is healthier for you! A nice easy recipe. Personally, I like to dredge the oiled slices of eggplant in fine dry breadcrumbs before roasting it in the oven, then I put the sauce in the dish, layer the eggplant, mozzarella (thin slices) top with more sauce, more cheese until I have used the amount I prefer; as noted in the reviews, most chefs use less cheese than specified in the recipe. To me a recipe is a guide that I make 'my way' ! I often add dried basil in the sauce when I don't have fresh basil to layer. I don't add salt, I find the sauce and cheeses are salty enough for my tastes.

    Recipe #104509

    Eaten either hot or at room temperature, this is one of those simple, but ultimately satisfying dishes that goes with almost anything and is so good eaten on its own. Adapted from The Splendid Table, by Lynne Rossetto Kasper. This doubles easily.

    Recipe #129678

    Great veggie side dish to roast in the oven or in a foil pan on the grill. I like to prepare it for roasting a couple of hours ahead to let the flavors blend.

    Recipe #125758

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