Eggplant al Forno

Breaded eggplant topped with CT cheese and marinara over whole wheat pasta.

Short History: The eggplant comes from India and is thought to be around 1500 years old! When trade routes opened, the eggplant was introduced to Europe and Africa by the Arabs and Persians, respectively. The Spanish brought eggplants to the “New World” in the 17th century. The oldest known reference to eggplant is believed to be from a Chinese book from the 5th century, in which they talk about a black dye made from an eggplant that fashionable ladies used to stain their teeth and make them “shine like metal.” With this meal from The Vegan Taste, you will receive a great source of vitamin B6, C, & K, fiber, magnesium, manganese, potassium, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm in a pan over medium-high heat for 2 minutes.

Customer Comments:

“I really enjoyed this dish, the eggplant was cooked perfectly and I love the breading.” – Kelly Co from Mesa

“Love your eggplant dishes!” – Jason Ha. from Phoenix

“Sooo amazing thank you!” – Kyle Gi. from Phoenix

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