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Eggplant Parmesan

Eggplant Parmesan recipe
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Layer tender eggplant with marinara, Parmesan, mozzarella and fresh mushrooms, and in just 15 minutes, this low-calorie Italian classic is ready to bake.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
6/5/2010
This is a great recipe it's quick and sooo very tasty a much loved change from chicken :))))
posted:
5/30/2010
Eggplant needs to be peeled, sliced thin, and bled so it's not bitter. Place in an eggwash and then Italian breadcrumbs. Bake in the oven until golden. In roasting pan, layer sauce, eggplant, sauce, mozzarella, repeat until finished. Bake in oven 350 - 1 hour - or until bubbly. Home made sauce is better!
posted:
3/24/2010
I made this today and would make it again.. Although, I took the advice of others and fired the eggplant, by dipping in egg and bread crumbs. I could tell the differnce, made it not so soggy I guess you could say... I liked it an so did fam!!
posted:
10/29/2009
So yummy the whole family loved it espically the little ones!
posted:
10/13/2009
It was good, but next time I think I will coat the eggplant in breadcrumbs and fry before. I think that will make a huge difference. Thanks, Lynn
posted:
10/8/2009
It was ok. I have had fried eggplant before and I loved it but this version, even with the Italian breadcrumbs was not good. I wouldn't get over how mushy it was. This is a miss for me.
posted:
9/9/2009
I peeled the eggplant,sliced it and coated them with italian bread crumbs-pretty good-tasted like spaghetti
posted:
9/3/2009
This is the quick and easy version. It was great. Combined with all the positive health factors it has plus the taste, its a 10 in my books! *Note: Cut the skin off for a more tender version./Chunkiechipmunk
posted:
6/24/2009
My suggestion is, to maybe season the egg plant with salt then bread it with Italian Bread Crumbs and fry in oil till golden brown. Then place in baking dish and layer with other ingredients. Also, I have come to really like Provel Cheese rather than Mozzarella Cheese. Just a thought. Thank You, Joyce
posted:
6/14/2009
I think I would like this better if I took the time to bread the eggplant. Otherwise, it was pretty good.
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