Eggplant Parmesan by the BBQ Pit Boys


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26 replies
  1. Zhongqi Xu
    Zhongqi Xu says:


  2. Mark Smith
    Mark Smith says:

    Just cooked my first eggplant using your ideas. I don’t have the equipment that you-all do, but I made do quite nicely. I ate too much of the fried eggplant before it made it into the baking dish. 64year old and I am still learning. Wow, and like you say, It’s real easy to do!!!! The amazing thing is that it has the texture of a tender cut of beef. Yum

  3. Blanche Konieczka
    Blanche Konieczka says:

    Grilled some sliced eggplant on the 4th of July. Just brushed it with melted butter with added steak sauce and minced garlic. Brushed it every time I flipped it. It was a big hit, it was gobbled up as fast as the wings. Another great eggplant recipe is to cook it whole on direct heat until the skin is black and the flesh is soft. Cool, peel the skin, chop the meat and add chopped tomatoes, onions, minced garlic and a touch of mayo or vinaigrette. Fresh parsly is nice in it too. Love your videos!

  4. Blanche Konieczka
    Blanche Konieczka says:

    Interesting, you didn't salt and press the eggplant to remove some of the bitterness. Also, fresh basil gives the sauce a fresher taste, although it's better added towards the end of cooking. Your eggplant parmesan looks amazing! Love the way you added the Italian sausage at the end.


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