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  1. YUM! I love eggplant parm. The restaurant versions are usually way too heavy for me. This looks like an awesome alternative

  2. Tricia Kuchler

    This sounds great and I haven’t made this in a while. Definitely going to try this out. Thanks!

  3. This looks great! I love eggplant cooked just about any way and eggplant parm is a favorite.

  4. YUM! That looks fantastic! But my husband doesn’t consider something a meal unless it has meat! Crazy man! But that is okay…just more for me! :)

  5. I agree that eggplant parmesan can be great without the frying or the breadcrumbs even! I made a similar version and added a ricotta cheese layer and called it an eggplant “lasagna” subbing pasta sheets for layers of grilled eggplant. It was awesome!

  6. After searching Twitter for healthy eggplant dishes, yours sounds like it will be my favorite!! I’ve been searching for an unbreaded eggplant parm for awhile now. Thanks for tonight’s dinner idea!! :-)

  7. i love this…and am adding eggplant to my grocery list as i write this :) i like that it’s layered too!

  8. Yay! I am a HUGE fan of eggplant and eggplant parm in particular. I am going to give this a go for my next meatless Monday. Thank you!!

  9. Looks amazing!! This is definitely one I will be trying!

  10. oh i like that seems easy to make!! On the list, wohoo

  11. wow, it looks delicious and healthy… you’ve inspired me yet again, I have a vegetarian guest at our house right now, I may make this tomorrow! :)

  12. Hi Sabrina! I found your blog through Jenna’s! I am also from Philly and I’ve been looking for a Body Pump class for.ever. Where do you go? I have been dying to try it!
    Also, I think I will be meeting up with you guys tomorrow at Phileo but I think you have to take the girls to Tris or Garces Trading Co. for some wines and cheese!! :-)
    Thanksss!

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @becky, Hi! Nice to meet you! I actually go to Future Fitness in Cherry Hill for body pump… Not exactly close! We joined that gym for the pool all winter- body pump is a fun bonus!

      I LOVE Garces Trading Co. One of my favorites! Excited to meet you tomorrow at Phileo!

  13. Yesenia

    Hi. Thanks for giving me the idea to grill the eggplant. Wouldn’t have
    thought of it. Made a hybrid of Moussaka and Eggplant Parmesan for my husband and friends last night. It turned out great. Thanks. Will look out for any more recipes you post.

  14. Stepf

    Sabrina, Aside from the lack of breadcrumbs, how is this “healthier”?
    Divided into 4 servings, this would have 2 T olive oil, at least 2 T parmesan and 1/2 c mozzarella… that’s 240 calories just in olive oil, plus at least three servings of cheese. It looks delicious, sure, but I wouldn’t call it much healthier.

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Stepf, You are right. I actually need to change the measurements. There IS that much olive oil, but I only used 2 tbs of parm and 3/4 cup of mozzarella this time around (yesterday). I will edit the measurements now.

      I guess I consider it healthy because the eggplant parmesan I have eaten before is usually made with FRIED breaded eggplant and gobs and gobs of cheese, which this does not have. So it would be a good replacement to get the taste there, but I wouldn’t eat it all the time either.

      I think I should also add that I am a work in progress when it comes to healthier recipes… :)

      Thank you for your comment- you remind me that I need to pay more attention to the words I use AND the ingredients too. I will try to make this even better by finding a different way to cook the eggplant (maybe just baked) so I can skip on the oil, and maybe make them into rollatini with some ricotta and just a dash of the other cheeses.

      Thanks, Stepf.

  15. Eggplant is one of my favorite veggies and you give me an idea anoother twist in cooking/baking eggplant. :) It looks delicious by the way. #KangaArticles

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