By Kathy in Fla on October 03, 2002
Photo by Pam-I-Am
Photo by Pam-I-Am
"This is a quick and easy meal my family loves! Never any leftovers! This recipe can easily be doubled."
Serving Size: 1 (205 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This recipe was so simple and so delicious. I made this for dinner last night and served it over angel hair pasta along with a side salad. My husband and I were both very impressed with the results. I've never made any dish that had eggplant in it because I thought I wouldn't like it. I was so wrong. I did make some small changes though. Instead of just seasoning my eggplant with salt and pepper I added some onion and garlic powder. I fried it in some olive oil infused with basil and it was just wonderful. This recipe is a keeper. I can't wait until tonight for leftovers :) Thanks for posting!"
"I had always been afraid to try this kind of recipe. But it was easy! And so delicious.My hubby loved it too . Can't wait to make it again."
"Made this last night. Very good and soooo easy. I used whole wheat bread crumbs and probably didn't fry with as much oil as I should have (trying to save on calories!) This still turned out great! I will make this again, definitely."
"I had never had eggplant parmasan/parmagana, so this was a first for me. I am a fan of parmagana's..chicken and veal, so I thought I would like this as well. I did. It was easy to make and hearty as well. I used sliced provolone instead of mozzarella... I also forgot to add the parmesan cheese.This recipe would be great with a salad and crusty bread.Thanks for this recipe. I will make it again and again. "
"My husband loved it and it turned out pretty good. I didn't have angel hair pasta so we just ate it with slices of bread. I think sourdough will work best with it as a sandwich. I was pleased at how simple it was. I know I'll be making it many times as it's one of my favorite dishes!"
"Super! I make my own sauce - Hunts diced tomatos 15oz can, 2 TBS Hunts tomato paste, 1/2 C cooking wine, 2 TBS lemon juice, 1 chopped clove garlic, 2 TBS minced yellow onion, red pepper flakes, few dashes italian seasoning, few pieces of green pepper, 1 teaspoon sugar and a little dried basil. Cook on low 30 min, remove green pepper and pour on eggplant."
"This recipe was really good. My son loved it. We will be making this again soon!"
"This was easy and the taste was fabulous. Thanks for sharing!"
"Delicious! I had to make some minor adjustments because there weren't enough breadcrumbs to cover my entire eggplant, but everything worked other than that. This recipe is super easy to prepare...much easier than some others that I've seen/tried on this site. My family loved it! Definitely recommended."
"I went to take a taste before dinner was served and ended up eating a whole slice! It was that good!! I used a roasted garlic spaghetti sauce and liked the added garlic flavor. I also had to increase the bread crumb mixture to cover all the pieces, but that was easy enough. Everyone, even those who don't like eggplant should try this one! Pam"
"I fixed half your recipe and it was delicious. I've never had eggplant but planted one plant in the garden because it was PRETTY! I dipped it in egg and the breadcrumbs and cheese and sauted it in peanut oil. It was wonderful and will plant it again next year. Half the recipe gets you 5 stars. Maybe the whole recipe will get you 10."
"I really hate eggplant! and I don't like vegetarian meals either. So why am I giving this five stars? Try it and find out, I really can't tell you how much we enjoyed this. I don't know if I had a really huge eggplant, but I doubled the crumb mixture as I like a good covering, and I fried it in olive oil. Really delish, can't wait to make again!"
"This was really quick and easy and tasted great. My husband was craving this so I used what I had on hand. I wasn't sure what size jar of spaghetti sauce to use, so used the larger, 26-oz. size, which turned out right. I needed 2 eggs for the dipping part and I fried the eggplant slices in olive oil, though that is not listed in the ingredients. It all turned out well....my husband said 5 *'s but I made it 4 because I had to guess on some of the ingredients. "