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Grilled Eggplant & Portobello Sandwich

July/August 2009

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Looking for a vegetarian option for your next cookout? This grilled eggplant and portobello sandwich is our answer. For extra flavor, we top it with slices of garden-fresh tomato and spicy arugula. Serve with a mixed green salad.



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"I've changed this recipe some to my taste. I put it on ciabatta bread with Bruchetta and cilantro, sometimes one slice of swiss cheese. It is the best sandwich I ever ate! I want to eat it every day for lunch and mostly do! I steam the...
Grilled Eggplant & Portobello Sandwich

12 Reviews for Grilled Eggplant & Portobello Sandwich

08/03/2015
Delicious!

This sandwich was the perfect meal after a long work day. It was very easy and quick. I basted the mushrooms with balsamic vinegar and squeezed some fresh lemon on the eggplant before grilling. Also, melted some swiss cheese on the mushroom. Yum! Even my skeptical meat-eating husband loved it. Definitely will make again!

Quick, easy, nutritious
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09/15/2014
Nice and healthy

I thought it was okay as written but a lot better when I added Swiss cheese and Sriracha for spice. The garlic mayonnaise was quite enjoyable though. Adding baby spinach and tomatoes majorly contributed its nutritional value.

Healthy Sandwhich
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08/14/2014
Anonymous
Alternative to Grilling ...

Since we don't have a grill, I roasted the eggplant, mushrooms and onions and it was divine!

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06/09/2013
Anonymous
Yum!

I used balsamic vinegar instead of mayo and did it on a baguette with a slice of swiss. Nice alternative to my normal turkey and swiss!

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06/27/2012
Anonymous
Excellent!

This is a fantastic recipe. The only changes I made was to add more garlic to the mayo mix, and I used a little cayenne pepper sprinkled on the eggplant. I'll definitely make this again.

Delish and fast to make.
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