Meatballs Parmesan eggplant
Meatballs Parmesan eggplant offers everything there's to like about Terong Parmesan in vegetarian meatballs. This eggplant meatball served with marinara sauce, ricotta cheese, and crusty bread for dipping.
▢1 1/2 pounds. eggplant, dig 1 inch (about 2 medium sized eggplants)
▢6 c. Extra virgin vegetable oil , for
▢1 / 2 tsp. Halal salt
▢1 cup, plus 2 tbsp. Seasoned breadcrumbs (under plain breadcrumbs mixed with 1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning)
▢1 / 3 cup of grated parmesan
Cangkir 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh parsley
▢ 1 whole egg, plus 1 ingredient
▢3 chopped garlic cloves
▢1 / 2 tsp. Black pepper
▢1 / 2 tsp. 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
▢ 1 bottle (24 oz) store bought marinara sauce (I use the Rao brand)
▢1 / 2 cup of milk ricotta
▢ Crispy bread to serve
1.Preheat oven to 375 ° F. Place eggplant during a 13 x 9 inch baking dish; mix with 3 tbsp. Oil and salt. Bake for half-hour , stirring once half cooked. Transfer the eggplant to the refrigerator and chill for 20 minutes or until cool enough to handle. Leave the oven on and wipe the pan.
2.Place the cooled eggplant during a kitchen appliance and cast about 10 to 12 times, or until the eggplant is finely chopped / broken. Transfer the eggplant to an outsized bowl. Add breadcrumbs, parmesan, parsley, egg, garlic, black pepper and shallot powder. combine all the ingredients together. (The mixture should still be moist.) Gently form 20 mini meatballs (about 2 tablespoons each).
3.Heat 3 tbsp. The remaining tablespoon. oil during a large skillet (preferably cast iron) over medium heat. Once hot, add half the meatball and cook for 6-7 minutes, turning over on all sides, until golden brown. Repeat with the second batch of eggplant meatballs.
4.Spread the marinara sauce on an equivalent 13x9 inch baking dish you grilled the eggplant in. Add the eggplant meatballs to the skillet and sprinkle with alittle dollop of ricotta cheese.
5.Bake at 375 ° F for quarter-hour , until the marinara is bubbly. Garnish with extra fresh chopped parsley and parmesan, if desired. Serve hot with dry bread.