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Grilled Eggplant Panini

August/September 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Grilled eggplant is one of life's simpler pleasures: creamy and rich. Look for medium-size, purple eggplants with firm skins and no mushy spots. This end-of-summer treat will be even tastier if you can find the vegetables at a local farmstand—or in your own backyard!



READER'S COMMENT:
"Looks so yummy! I love eggplant and I love cheese, this will make a lovely vegetarian lunch alternative for me to bring to school, thank you. "
Grilled Eggplant Panini

11 Reviews for Grilled Eggplant Panini

09/18/2010
Anonymous

Looks so yummy! I love eggplant and I love cheese, this will make a lovely vegetarian lunch alternative for me to bring to school, thank you.

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07/08/2010
Anonymous

Amazing combination! I love both eggplant & cheese so wil definitely try this one!

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07/05/2010
Anonymous

Great looking and probably very delicious .The sodium content of over 600 mg is far beyond my diet for congestive heart failure and high blood pressure . I am allowed maxium of 150 grams per meal ,and a total of 2000 mg per day . The normal max is 2200-2300 mg per rday .The sandwich represents over 25 % of ones daily intake.

Frank .....Orange , Ca,

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07/05/2010
Anonymous

My husband made this on a Friday night. I was super cranky & really just craving a burger & fries. We've been eating really well lately and I was caving :). I picked on him a little bit, but he cooked it and served it really nice to me (He's a good guy). I took one bite & said, "wow this is fantastic". It was amazing! So very good. I took back all my complaining about having a burger & to be honest this was probably better than a burger would have been and much more healthy!
It is now on our "keeper" list!!!

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03/27/2010
Anonymous

My daughter asks for this sandwich almost every Saturday. We LOVE it!

Debora Lexiington, NC

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