I got a big batch of fairytale eggplants - the little guys - at the market yesterday, and I'd like to serve them for lunch on Saturday. I'll be cooking in advance, though. Any favorite recipes for fairytales that can be made in advance?
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Susan W is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I like to cut them in half lengthwise and pan roast them in a little olive oil with salt and pepper. Then arrange them on a
pretty plate. Add balsamic vinegar to the pan and reduce it to a glaze and drizzle over the eggplant. Garnish with fresh parsley, thyme or basil. Easy to make ahead of time. Just drizzle the glaze and garnish with herb/s before serving.
I forgot to add it's good with a little crumbled feta, goat cheese or blue cheese too.
Pegeen is a trusted home cook.
Caramelized… this shows off their shape and size nicely
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