Yes, I peel mine. I serve mine with spaghetti noodles and a salad.
I make pasta, just like I do with chicken parm. I tend to peel the eggplant partially (in strips) it makes it easier to bite it when you eat it (I read about that once in a magazine).
(sorry I am late with this, but figured I would answer anyway lol)
I've never made eggplant parm. But I do chicken parm all the time. I normally serve it with pasta.
Salad and garlic bread is what I usually serve with it. I don't peel it, but it depends on your preference.
If the eggplant is young, I leave the peel on, if it is older, I peel it. Any kind of pasta, such as penne or linguine is good, just dress it with a little olive oil, garlic and parmesan .
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