A good source of fiber, folic acid, and vitamin C, eggplant is often prepared in a casserole with parmesan cheese. Break away from the norm and try these rolls, relishes, dips, and bakes that include a taste of eggplant that definitely won't disappoint.
These eggplant and cheese stacks with its fresh tomato and basil sauce showcase summer's finest vegetables. With its generous portion of ricotta and cheddar filling, this can be a satisfying main dish.
A quick stint on the grill gives eggplant slices a pleasing hint of smoke. Serve with a tartly dressed green salad.
Basil and garlic flavor the bread crumbs used to fill the hollowed out vegetables in this hot side dish. It's a great dish to serve on a cool fall evening.
Roast vegetables before adding them to the puff pastry to ensure the crust stays nice and crispy.
For a quick and filling main-dish recipe, try this saucy combination of brown rice, eggplant, and navy beans.
Why say sandwich when you can say panini? The Italian term is so much more enticing, with the promise of unexpected delights--even though it simply means roll or biscuit in Italian!
For a mild cheese flavor, sprinkle feta cheese over the spaghetti sauce. For a more robust flavor, use blue cheese.
Lasagna fans will rave about this noodle-free Italian casserole. Shh...the kids don't need to know it's packed with vegetables!
During Passover, the eight-day observance when distinctive food themes and various rules govern what may be eaten, this casserole recipe meets the requirements.
Look for smaller eggplants. They typically have fewer seeds and may be less bitter. This chunky make-ahead dip is meant to be slathered on crusty bread or crackers.
This ratatouille recipe is equally terrific whether you peel the eggplant or not. An ideal main dish for the vegetarian diet.
When making this tasty side-dish recipe, keep the eggplant and tomato in a single layer, so every slice is topped with heavy cream and Fontina cheese.
For this low-calorie, low-fat version of the decadent meatless classic, the eggplant is baked, not fried.