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9/29/11: Eggplant Parmesan

This is such a great recipe from Clean Eating Magazine from 2 years ago. I've saved the past 2 years of my fave food magazines (no I'm not a hoarder) and seasonally I check out the recipes that will fit. This one hasn't been made since last year and I couldn't wait to cook it up. I remember the first time I made it. We were at the old house and I was not that great of a cook (not that I'm spectacular now, but I feel much more comfortable and competent in the kitchen). It seems to me that it took me a loooong time to cook this meal that first time. This time it was a breeze. It take about an hour from prep to fork, but much of the time is "down time" so it's really very easy. It's baked and made w/egg whites and panko to boost the healthy content, and then served w/bulgar and pine nuts. We 1/2 the recipe, since it's just the 2 of us...and there were still some left overs for Andy's lunch, as it's meant to serve 3. Yum!

The taste buds were happy!
T's plate (2 stacks)


A's plate (3 stacks and extras!)



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