We made this tasty treat for your Football Week 4 victory. Very enjoyable & easy. Wanted an easy snack for watching the games & this fit the bill. Again, Congrats Taz
Very tasty! We enjoyed these with some changes. My eggplant gave my 17 slices. I had 1/3 cup sauce leftover. Giving a generous amount to each slice. So much that I skipped the diced tomatoes. As for the sauce I used all the basil, oregano but cut back on the garlic to 1/2 teaspoon and the salt and pepper I cut back to 1/4 teaspoon each. The ingredients called for 1 tablespoon basil and directs to put in the sauce which I did and then saw it called for again as a garnish. If it wasn't` for the down pouring rain I would have gone back out for more. 1/2 cup of mushrooms was plenty. I did use all the cheese the recipe called for. As I was making these I thought should I roast the slices first? Thinking they would be tough and not cooked through. As it baked the sauce did fill the pan and and ended up stewing the eggplant. I did have to bake 20 minutes and they were still a touch tough. We found this salty. I suggest skipping it totally. The grated cheese has enough salt. I would have given this 4 stars but the amounts are so off. We found this not to be pizza (not being a crust at all) but more like eggplant parmesan. You do need a fork and knife. We enjoyed as our meal with nothing else. Thanks
This was really terrific in its simplicity. I would certainly make this again. Aaaarrrrh!
I enjoyed this dish! I had to cook it a little longer to get it done to my taste, but loved the result. Thanks and good luck.
These are easy and delicious - and make for a very cute presentation! I wasn't sure how the eggplant would be as the crust, but it worked perfectly. Thanks for sharing! Good luck in the contest!