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Mmm delicious! I used Quinoa rather than breadcrumbs, oil rather than butter and excluded parmesan. We've enjoyed a lot. Thanks.

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fidem June 21, 2010

Excellent! Of course I used substitutes however. I nixed the salt, used olive oil and smart balance butter instead of the regular butter and left out the breadcrumbs on top. Also *gasp!* I added a bit of ground sirloin. I would definitely make again maybe with some marinara sauce or with a zucchini. Thanks for this recipe!

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LuxyLyx May 13, 2008

I made this with italian herb seasoning in place of the straight oregano. I used the breadcrumbs that are mixed into the stuffing but not the buttered ones that are placed on top; instead I scattered more parmesan cheese over the top. I'm a big fan of eggplant, so of course I liked it a lot.

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echo echo September 17, 2006

Made this exactly as directed to go with Middle Eastern Lamb Stew. It was pretty good, but I think it would have been better without the top layer of breadcrumbs. I felt like the flavor of the mushroom stuffing was just lost in all of the bread and it had smelled so good while it was cooking. At least now I know that I actually like eggplant. I haven't had it many ways in the past that I didn't just end up eating around the eggplant, so I suppose that's promising in a way.

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littleturtle June 21, 2006

OMGoodness! I have never had eggplant before in my life, and randomly purchased one at the grocery store to try it. I picked this recipe because I had basically all the ingredients at home, and I am super happy with it! I loved eggplant! I am so glad that this recipe was worth the virgin eggplant experience! Must have again!

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JulianneO May 24, 2011

Yum!! My kids loved it!!

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SLB44 June 07, 2009

I am not a fan of eggplant, but liked this recipe. I omitted the breadcrumb topping, but otherwise made per the recipe. Didn't bother putting back in the shells either, just baked in a casserole dish. Thanks for a good vege side!

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dianegrapegrower September 23, 2007

i love this recipe!!! I've always been a great fan of eggplant but have never managed to make it well-this recipe was PERFECT for a novice like me...thanks for sharing!! :)

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sara60 February 14, 2007

I made this tonight for dinner, I have never had eggplant before. I did add more garlic. Thanks for posting

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kzbhansen June 19, 2006

This is a lovely variation on the stuffed aubergine theme. Easy to make and very tasty, even though I forgot to add the garlic :-( I often find that stuffed aubergines can be a bit dry, so the only 'change' I made (lack of garlic aside!) was to be a bit heavy handed with the butter. I'll make this again.

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Mrs B June 19, 2006
Mushroom Stuffed Eggplant (Aubergine)