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Homegrown eggplant is delicious and then some. When you have more than you can eat, learn how to freeze eggplant for later use.
Cheryl Wellman saved to Veggies/Herbs
Are you growing eggplant in your garden this year? Learn all the ways you can preserve eggplant. Eggplant can't be canned, so learn how to freeze and dehydrate it so you can enjoy your harvest all year long.
The Free Range Life saved to Preserving Food
Don't throw out that extra eggplant! It can be cooked and frozen to save for later. Learn four methods for freezing eggplant, including storage tips.
Becky White saved to Recipes
Want to have eggplant slices available all year round? Or maybe you're looking for a convenient way to keep eggplantfresh? Here's a few simple steps on how to freeze eggplant slices
Looking for the best way to freeze eggplant? This guide will tell you how to freeze eggplant and how to thaw frozen eggplant. You will love using these cooking tips and tricks so that you can cook eggplant from your garden long after eggplant season is over!
I’ve this love-hate relationship with summer produce. After so many months of snow, cold, and eating dark leafy greens, apples, and pears, the arrival of anything that is not one of those ite…
tammy landry saved to dehydrated and preserved
All of our methods for freezing eggplant are simple but just have you cook the eggplant first. Here you cook it in small cubes and freeze the cubes.
- • 2 cloves Garlic
- • 6 Units eggplant
Baking & Spices
- • 1 tsp Salt
Oils & Vinegars
- • 1/4 cup High heat oil
Rachel Reed saved to Serve It Up: Veggies
Did you know there are over a dozen ways to preserve eggplant? Really! I'll give you step by step instructions for each method!
Eggplant, which is a deep purple in color and is a member of the nightshade family, is a popular vegetable (technically, it's a fruit) that can be used in a variety of dishes. Fresh eggplant (also called "aubergine") is easily found in grocery stores and produce markets, and is also fairly easy to grow in a garden.
Mary Jo Klein saved to Vegetables/Side Dishes