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This was really impressive! I'm trying to cut back on carbs in the evenings (makes me feel icky in the a.m. to have lots of carbs at night)--so this fit the bill perfectly. I did add a little grated romano but I used all fat-free cheese on top. Also, I sauteed some sliced mushrooms and added them just before the cheese, and then I broiled it. It was really, really good. Thanks for such a flavorful, HEALTHY!!!! recipe!

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spatchcock July 09, 2002

These were fantastic! I served them with stuffed shells and our company enjoyed them very much. The initial cooking period for the eggplant needed an extra 5 minutes to get them to a point where they were ready for toppings, but I otherwise followed the recipe. I did use my own tomato sauce and only used reduced-fat cheese but those were the only substitutions I made. Thanks for posting a quick and tasty way to eat eggplant :)

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mlao77 September 02, 2009

So good! I've only ever had eggplant battered and fried and wanted to try it prepared a bit healthier. Used a medium eggplant, baked it a bit longer (10 min) and just used reduced-fat mozzarella (all I had). Tasty, not mushy and very flavorful. I'll make again and again for a quick, easy weeknight meal. Oh- I also peeled the eggplant as neither DH nor I like the chewy rind. Thanks!

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Houseblend October 19, 2009

I made this tonight. It was my first time using eggplant and I think it turned out pretty well. My only suggestion is to peel the eggplant first. The tough skin made it somewhat hard to eat.

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alyssa_aber August 30, 2009

We really enjoyed this eggplant parmesan for dinner last night. I didn't use low fat or fat free cheese, but I did like that this recipe seemed healthier by cutting out the egg, breadcrumbs and oil found in other eggplant parmesan recipes. We used an 8 oz can of tomato sauce, which worked great because we liked it saucy. Served over angel hair pasta tossed in Andiamo's mushroom wine sauce. I'll make this again. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny November 17, 2012

This was delicious! Easy and fast without the unnecessary breading and frying of traditional recipes. Anything that gets my 2 1/2 yr old to eat eggplant is a winner!

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lmercier5 April 26, 2012

This was good but it was even BETTER the next night! Very good dish - easy to make - will make again!

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ramsey_penegar February 09, 2012

i prepared this a little differently than the instructions said to as far as presentation. i layered the eggplant w/cheese and sauce similiar to lasagna. it was really tasty and a nice change from the usual fried version. thanks for a great recipe!

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grouchgirl September 04, 2011

Very delicious and easy to make

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ChefKokoBeans August 09, 2011

I love, love, loved this recipe. I've been trying a lot of new recipes since finding out I have Type 2 diabetes. This recipe is one of my favorite new recipes. The eggplant had so much flavor. I served it with Dreamfields spaghetti which is better for people that are watching their carbs. This one is going straight into my keeper file. Thanks for an absolutely delicious recipe, Sue Lau. Made for Diabetic Cooking Tag Game.

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Crafty Lady 13 May 31, 2011
Reduced-Fat Eggplant (Aubergine) Parmesan