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ratraceThu Sep-15-16 08:03 AM
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"COOKING EGG PLANT"


          

got a good way to cook egg plant? do you peel it first or cook it with the peeling on? thanks

  

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mdanesMon Nov-21-16 05:50 PM
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I have used eggplant either way, with the peel on or with it peeled. If it is a nice, fresh, smaller eggplant, leave the peel on. If it is an older or really large eggplant, the skin may be a little tough. Best wishes and enjoy that eggplant!

  

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barabootraderTue Dec-06-16 05:47 PM
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We like fried. Peel on washed well. Cut in 1/4 inch slices and set them on paper towels to dry them.

Simple what I do. Heat a large skillet with 14 cup oil like you would for french fries.
Beat 3 whole eggs in a bowl and set aside.
Dredge the slices in dry pancake mix, dip in eggs and coat with more of the pancake flower and then pan fry until golden brown. Salt and pepper to taste.

I like to have French Onion dip on the side.

  

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GordySat Mar-04-17 03:09 PM
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We like to top the fried slices with a slice of tomato. Could sprinkle some cheese on too.
Ratatouille is another great way to use eggplant and zucchini.

  

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