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'Eggplant' - 104 Recipe Result(s)

  • Burnt Eggplant Dip

    Made out of creamy yogurt, eggplant, olive oil, herbs and seasoning, burnt eggplant dip can be served with chips, lavache or breadsticks.

  • Eggplant Parmigiana

    Baked eggplant layers with the goodness of olive oil, cheese and herbs, served with crispy garlic bread and rocket salad. Parmigiana is a Southern Italian dish. The Eggplant Parmigiana recipe is its earliest version.

  • Charred Eggplant Soup

    A wintery delight. Eggplant seasoned and char grilled, combined with tomato water and other seasonings to give you a tasty soup. Topped with a blob of whipped hung curd.

  • Cheese and Pesto Eggplant

    Eggplant laced with Parmesan cheese and baked in pesto with olives.

  • Eggplant Salad

    Bite sized pieces of eggplant boiled and dressed in soya sauce, vinegar and garlic

  • Eggplant and Kankong in Sambal

    Eggplant, bok choy, sambal and seasoning comes together to create beautiful range of flavours.

  • Stuffed Baby Eggplant

    Baby eggplant stuffed with nuts and spices, tossed in tamarind pulp, masala and lemon juice.

  • Mutton and Eggplant Lasagne

    A delightful Italian dish with layers of meat sauce, eggplant, lasagne and cheese.

  • Grilled Eggplant Panini

    Trade in the good old sandwich for something more exciting. Toasted bread with a stuffing of cheesy eggplants, basil mayonnaise and red peppers.

  • Stuffed Eggplant

    Eggplants stuffed with a divine veggie mixture of zucchini, bell peppers, chickpeas, tomatoes, rice, cheese and herbs, baked crisp.

'Eggplant' - 10 Article Result(s)

  • Parm Dishes to Warm Weary Souls

    The earliest recipe for what we would recognize as eggplant parmigiana comes from an 1837 Neapolitan cookbook by Ippolito Cavalcanti.

  • Eggplants: The Round Friend to Everyone

    Some eggplants actually do look like eggs - small, white, ovoid. Hence their name in English-speaking North America. Yet most of the world uses other monikers. Over in Britain, they are aubergines (in France, too, ...

  • How to Cook the Perfect Caponata

    Aubergine is the star of this classic sweet and sour Sicilian vegetable dish but the rest of the ingredients are up for debate. Are fresh tomatoes a must? And is it worth slipping in ...

  • At Sea...

    So I went to eat lunch at what has become over the last few years, quite a favourite of mine. Amici, for light and uncomplicated Italian food, with prices that are more café-like. The eggplant ...

  • Being Bengali: Two Puja Food Recipes

     Here are two simple Bengali food recipes, popular during Durga Puja festival.1. Beguni - Eggplant fryIngredients:Bengal gram flour - 1/2 cupRed chilli powder - in very small quantityEggplant - 150 gm (4-5), longitudinally cut slices, ...

  • Store cupboard swaps - kitchen tips for busy cooks

    Run out of rice? Can't even find freekeh? No problem - there are all sorts of easy ingredient substitutions to make your recipes more flexible - and your shopping lists shorterHere for store cupboard we'll ...

  • European ban on Indian mangoes sparks protests

    The recent ban on the European import of Indian Alphonsos has sparked off protests in Britain. The ban has left many British Indians disgruntled and deprived of enjoying their favourite summer fruit. Alphonso mangoes along ...

  • Readers' Recipe Swap: Aubergine Recipes

    This purple people-pleaser, not always the easiest of fruits, is shown off to great advantage in your varied dishesThe aubergine (or eggplant) isn't the easiest thing to love - but once you've had a good ...

  • A Twist Adds Complexity to a Pasta Dish

    To me it's the best pasta dish of fall: those late nightshades, eggplant and tomato, cooked until meltingly tender, sweet and bitter at the same time, with plenty of anise-y basil and salt in the ...

  • Hooked on Greens: 10 Veggies That You Can Grow at Home

    Cook up a storm with your own home-grown veggies! All you need is some good soil and a little patience.

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