Any ideas for aubergine? I have one And not a clue what to do with it
Never really been a huge fan of the aubergine, how about the obvious moussaka? Easy to make sw friendly..
Originally Posted by willfitskinnyjeans
Thee is a nice aubergine, courgette and couscous in the little lunch book.
Grill aubergine and Cous Cous in a griddle, put that, mint, roasted red peppers (in brine from a jar) and mint and stir into Cous Cous
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I dice it and stick it in curries, stews, chillies etc
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Can also stuff it.
Cook it in the oven and scrape inside and add filling ...maybe cous cous?? Uses slices to make veggie stacks with tomatoes and mozzarella or goats cheese (not sure how viable that is!), ratatouille? Add to pasta with other grilled veg e.g courgette, cherry toms, mushrooms
Can make it int a dip called Baba ghanoush (Middle Eastern). Have found an SW recipe for it Slimming World Friendly Baba Ghanoush Recipe - Food.com
Have had non - sw versions of the dip and loved it.
Looks a lovely dip will have to try
Originally Posted by mondayschild
Thank you I'm going to try it
It's known as vegetable caviar in Turkey.
My family always made Patlagan puree or aubergine pate.
Very easy, just grill the aubergine whole without piercing it. it will explode but don't worry, that's just steam escaping and it means it's done.
Allow them to go cold, then scoop the inside out into a bowl, add garlic and season to taste.
Really nice on Pitta, Ryvita or even Scan Bran slices
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