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Simply delicious! I broiled it a little in the beginning just to brown it a bit. And when I was eating it, it soaked up some of the salad dressing on my plate (a vinaigrette) and the tart flavor was the perfect accompaniment. I also coated some chicken in the batter and that turned out great as well. Thanks!

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Literary Mom March 04, 2003

Easy, Quick and Delicious!!! I love eggplant and this is wonderful. I served this with Inez's Sausage Creole and substituted this for the rice and it was the perfect match, it made an excellent meal!!!!

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Virginia Chandler November 11, 2002

These are fabulous, even if you don't happen to have any sesame seeds on hand. I'm going to try using them in an eggplant parmasan recipe, so's to skip the frying step.

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ccferne January 06, 2010

This was very good. I substituted Vegenaise for the mayonnaise and Health Valley multigrain crackers for the saltines. I only had black sesame seeds on hand, so I used those which gave the eggplant a festive look. Faira

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Faira February 15, 2008

This was very easy and tasty. I enjoyed it. I think it needed just a touch of salt. I would have thought the saltines were enough. I used a basting brush to apply the mayo - so I would use as little as possible. Thank you very much for sharing.

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Feej October 11, 2007

This was really excellent and so easy to make. I also used panko crumbs (find at Trader Joes) and it was perfect. A great way to enjoy eggplant.

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Astramom October 10, 2007

Wonderful! I used Panko crumbs as we don't get saltines over here. They were very easy to put together and cooked beautifully. I left the skins on for ease of handling and they cooked up fine. They were wonderfully crisp and the eggplant was soft and tasty. Very easy to make and very tasty too, thanks for sharing.

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PinkCherryBlossom March 10, 2007

This was a really good way to prepare eggplant, I halved my little turkish eggplants ( finger eggplants ) and salted them before preparing this dish. Quite quick to cook, and a good weeknight treat!

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Aunty Dotty January 19, 2007

I didn't have any parmesan cheese, so maybe this was why it was lacking in flavour, so I served it with some ketcap manis (sweet soy sauce) and extra mayonnaise on the side, and everyone loved it. The texture was absolutely beautiful, as was the simplicity. Thanks for a simple and cute appetizer!

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melting pot October 05, 2005

I have made these twice now. The first time I followed exactly as written and found them good texture but rather bland. The second time I decided to try something other than mayo so I dipped them in egg whites instead. I put a hardy dash of hot sauce into the beaten egg whites. These turned out just as nice as the first time but with more flavor.

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Happy Harry #2 August 04, 2005
Sesame Eggplant (Aubergine)