Monday, October 31, 2011

Meatless Monday - Teriyaki Eggplant with Wasabi Mash





This dinner is so easy it's almost criminal.

I like to brush teriyaki sauce onto eggplant slices and pop them in a reasonably hot oven until cooked.

Then I add wasabi to normal mashed potatoes... to taste.

It's nice served with a little combination of mixed steamed veg, sometimes with a little extra teriyaki on those too - a great mid-week meal.

I've loved seeing what everyone is linking up with each week - although I'm swimming in recipes and ideas, there's always something out there that I didn't think of, or had forgotten, and I get all inspired again. The blogosphere rules!

If you want to play along, here is the lowdown:

♥ The linky will be up at 9am every Monday morning, and will stay up until the following Sunday.

♥ Grab the Meatless Monday button and put it in your post, and even on your sidebar if you're feeling generous.

♥ Visit at least one other blogger and leave some love. This is so much more cool if we're in it together!














15 comments:

  1. This looks delicious. I love eggplant (aubergine). I'm still looking for a recipe for a bbq eggplant dish I had in a Thai restaurant once. It has a sticky sweet/savory brown sauce on it and was heaven. This could be close... 

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  2. Oh I wish I liked eggplant! This looks so good :) 

    I've linked up to my meal plan for this week and I have two meatless meals! Gado gado and Baby Leek, Ricotta & Lemon Tart. So excited :)

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  3. I made Pad Thai tonight, I used this recipe for the sauce http://thaifood.about.com/od/vegetarianthairecipes/r/padthaiveg.htm

    It was delicious, I added tofu, mushrooms, beans and wombok

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  4. I think I just drooled on the keyboard... yum!

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  5. I've got something similar floating around... it had a brown miso dressing that was slightly sweet. Will see if I can find it!

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  6. That looks delicious! I need to pull my finger out and get cooking, you are posting way too many yummy dishes that I insist on trying out myself!

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  7. It was good reheated for lunch also. There is just my partner and me in our house so I always make four serves for dinner so we have good lunches.

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  8. It's so simple, but really so good :)

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  9. so do we! My husband likes to take leftovers to work more than anything else.

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  10. Sonia LifeLoveandHiccupsNovember 9, 2011 at 10:01 AM

    This one looks divine. I have just put it on my weekly menu for next week. Thank youp :)

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  11. I had people over for dinner on the weekend and almost no preparation time so I tried this out and it was wonderful!  Thank you!

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  12. You're welcome! Glad it worked out!

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  13. You inspired me! I had eggplants, I had teriyaki sauce so this is tea tonight! Serving it w/ brown rice & steamed bok choy - yum! Thanks for sharing :)

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  14. Oh, excellent accompaniments! Hope it was delicious x

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