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 Post subject: Eggplant madness!
PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 3:09 pm 
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I discovered a lovely thing this week; Japanese eggplants in bulk at the asian grocery store. Not only, that, but they are selling them super cheap! So I went a little crazy and bought about 40.

Im thinking about making the following:

baba gounoush
muffalettas
eggplant and shitake sautee (already made it--it will also go in muffalettas)
and maybe some mousakka?

I was thinking of stuffing them too--with other veggies and maybe some brown rice.

So what to do with all this eggplant?! Any suggestions?
I know there are some amazing cooks on this forum that can give some great advice, so I will wait!
Happy Sunday!

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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Daphne wrote:
I discovered a lovely thing this week; Japanese eggplants in bulk at the asian grocery store. Not only, that, but they are selling them super cheap! So I went a little crazy and bought about 40.

Im thinking about making the following:

baba gounoush
muffalettas
eggplant and shitake sautee (already made it--it will also go in muffalettas)
and maybe some mousakka?

I was thinking of stuffing them too--with other veggies and maybe some brown rice.

So what to do with all this eggplant?! Any suggestions?
I know there are some amazing cooks on this forum that can give some great advice, so I will wait!
Happy Sunday!

Daphne

Curries! Here are two of my favorites:
http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2008 ... d-and.html

http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2010 ... kling.html

There's also Greek moussaka
http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2012 ... -make.html

And Lebanese moussaka
http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2013 ... ssaka.html

And a Persian-inspired stew
http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2009 ... -stew.html

Hope that helps!

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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I echo the curries. In addition to the above, there is a good one in Vegan Eats World with japanese eggplant if you have that. Another recipe that comes to mind is Veganomicon moussaka with pine nut crema.

What we end up doing quite a bit with eggplant is an eggplant sandwich: either grill it or bread and fry, then baking it in the oven with a chunky marinara sauce and mozz, then throwing it all in a sandwich. Its best on garlic bread.


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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the eggplant chili mole from appetite for reduction is really good and uses 2 pounds of eggplant.

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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Eggplant yum.

Here is one of my favorite recipes http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/02/th ... eanut.html you don't need Thai eggplant, any kind work

Eggplant bacon is also super awesome! http://www.theppk.com/2011/10/eggplant-bacon/


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Japanese BBQ Eggplant: http://izumimirun.blogspot.ca/2011/07/b ... plant.html

It's so good and so easy. I used to make it weekly or more often.

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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BBQ Egglant sounds divine! Thanks everyone!! :)


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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I hope I'm not too late! I love the peanut eggplant stew from Vcon--so good!


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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I hope I'm not too late! I love the peanut eggplant stew from Vcon--so good!


I came here to post this! I got eggplant at the farmers market this weekend and am making this for dinner!

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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I hope I'm not too late! I love the peanut eggplant stew from Vcon--so good!


I came here to post this! I got eggplant at the farmers market this weekend and am making this for dinner!

It's seriously one of the best stews I've ever made.

I really like eggplant with kimchi. The melt in your mouth texture of eggplant and soft tofu pair beautifully with spicy kimchi in a Korean stew.


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do you have simply heavenly? There is a to die for eggplant lasagna in there.


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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I skin it and slice it length wise then marinate it like a jerky. Usually my marinade is an aminos and liquid smoke base with spices like cayenne so go to your liking on those. Then into the dehydrator but be sure to oil them good first or they sick like crazy to the tray. Use lots of oil. By then they are the size of strips of bacon and I put them in mason jars in the freezer. I use them like crunchy bacon...on sandwiches, crumbled in salad...use your imagination.

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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vijita wrote:
allularpunk wrote:
ScandinaVegan wrote:
I hope I'm not too late! I love the peanut eggplant stew from Vcon--so good!


I came here to post this! I got eggplant at the farmers market this weekend and am making this for dinner!

It's seriously one of the best stews I've ever made.

I love that recipe too, and was going to suggest it before I saw that others already had! It's one of my absolute favourite comfort foods. Now that I'm thinking about it, I wish I had some right now! I might have to make it tomorrow.


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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What about rataouille?


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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I haven't tried this yet but it's on my list for this week: http://www.awesomeyourlife.com/2013/02/ ... bage-diet/

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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Peel it, and saute it in cubes with lots of garlic and olive oil. Add some ground almonds and nutritional yeast, season it, and cook down until it's a thick sauce. Then spread it on pizza instead of a tomato or cheese sauce with your favourite toppings (I like to do roasted field mushrooms and semi-dried tomatoes). It's seriously delicious.

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That sounds amazing, Karena!


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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Do you have vegan eats world? I noticed their are a ton of great eggplant recipes in there.

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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness
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Just an fyi that cooked eggplant, peeled and bagged, freezes really well. When they're cheap, I buy lots and freeze them in twos so I can Baba Ganoush (yes, its a verb in my house) whenever I get the urge.


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I hope they're good roasted because that's what I'm doing to one now. Along with some other veggies. Bring on the Fall weather!


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness
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Jonny Guitar wrote:
Just an fyi that cooked eggplant, peeled and bagged, freezes really well. When they're cheap, I buy lots and freeze them in twos so I can Baba Ganoush (yes, its a verb in my house) whenever I get the urge.
I approve of "baba ganoush: as a verb. That is all.

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Delicious peeled, chopped or sliced and roasted with a little bit of maple syrup at the end of roasting time. And super simple.


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Baba ganoush is great but don't forget caponata! It's another classic eggplant based spread/appetizer, but it has sweetness and tanginess (I like mine a little less sweet). It's Sicillian and there are about a billion recipes for it online, though it's really easy to make.

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Eggplant was on sale here in my area, so last night I made the Lebanese Eggplant Moussaka from Vegan Eats World. SOOO good.

Also, making a roasted veggie pasta later this week, that includes roasted eggplant. I really love roasted eggplant.


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 Post subject: Re: Eggplant madness!
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veganizer wrote:
Baba ganoush is great but don't forget caponata! It's another classic eggplant based spread/appetizer, but it has sweetness and tanginess (I like mine a little less sweet). It's Sicillian and there are about a billion recipes for it online, though it's really easy to make.
Oh, my mom used to make that! YUMMY.

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