Spoonie Food Review: Dominex Eggplant Cutlets with recipe

 

I love recipes that make me look like an excellent chef, but that really are very little work. This recipe and eggplant product are healthy too, so it makes this even better! Although the breaded eggplant might be slightly more money then if you did it yourself, I personally love this product because as you know sometimes saving spoons is SO worth it! I am always looking for anything to make cooking, eating or entertaining easier!

Look for these breaded eggplant cutlets at your local grocer or online here.

With summer vegetables lining the grocery aisles and farmers markets, it is easy to be inspired to try new and tasty dishes. But for busy families on the go, storing fresh produce can be a challenge. That’s where Dominex, the leader in specialty, all-natural eggplant products, comes in.

Dominex makes trying new vegetable dishes both fun and delicious by offering a variety of products that are ideal for snack time, meal time, or anytime! Each eggplant is carefully harvested, cut, and seasoned with Dominex’s signature Italian breading, ensuring taste and quality are maximized in each bite! And, because all of their products are frozen, they are perfect to keep on hand for an easy meal solution that won’t spoil in the fridge between summer vacations!

One stand-out Dominex product is the Eggplant Cutlets–#1 selling eggplant cutlet in the country! The Cutlet is made with all-natural ingredients, has no cholesterol or trans fats, is low in carbohydrates and sodium and brings a delicious taste and crunch to any meal. Plus, they are perfect to use in traditional Italian dishes such as Eggplant Parmesan and can be enjoyed on the grill, in casseroles and even stacked as a twist on “fried green tomatoes” appetizer (see the included recipe below).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Christine Miserandino, ButYouDontLookSick.com    @bydls

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  • Denise

    Lori T, you are correct. It’s recommended people with autoimmune conditions, especially rheumatoid arthritis, but lupus as well, avoid nightshades, which includes all types of tomatoes as well as potatoes, peppers and eggplant.

  • I’m sorry, but I thought that Lupies were supposed to avoid nightshade vegetables. Before I was diagnosed and still a teen, I stopped eating tomato products because they gave me migraines. Then in my twenties I stopped eating all the nightshades (eggplants, peppers, potato skins) because of Lupus. Is it like the sun sensitivity and only a certain percentage have the sensitivity to nightshades?