Never really eaten it or worked with it, but I'd like to add a better variety of veggies into our diet. I've heard it's really versatile, so I'd like some opinions on how you like to prepare it.
I cut it into slices (peal on) and salt it to make it less bitter. lay the slices out on paper towel and lightly salt... wait a couple minutes and flip it over to water out the other side.
I like to cube it and mix it with asparagus (asparagus on the thicker side) put it in a glass baking dish, sea salt and olive oil, bake at 475 for 20-30 min.... check to make sure both are fully cooked.
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You can peel it and boil it in water until it is soft, and take it out smash it and add lots of garlic and spices you like and it makes sort of a spread, spread it over crackers, or chips. You can also peel it and slice it in rounds, bread it in Panko bread or anything you like and fry it until crispy, then dust with salt and eat. Or you can always steam it!! but always peel it the peel has a bit of a bitter taste, unless you like the bitter taste. You can also make eggplant parmigiana, do the breading and fry then add cheese, alternate with cheese and marinara sauce, and put in the oven to melt the cheese.
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