The star of many dishes; baba ganoush, ratatouille and moussaka. Aubergine wasn’t always the first choice for a winning ambrosial dish.
According to The world’s healthiest foods, due to its bitter taste, the bright purple, pear-looking vegetable was associated with cancer, leprosy and rumoured to cause insanity. It was used more for garden decor than it was for consumption until new varieties were introduced in the 18th century.
We have 6 tasteful recipes that show off this delicious vegetable and will make you question why it was ever overlooked.
This mouth-watering savoury cheesecake can be enjoyed as a delectable meal for any time of the day.
Looking for a vegetarian canapé for your next dinner party? Look no further, these tartlets are so scrumptious,your guests will be making a beeline for more!
Ditch the pasta sheets and get cooking with this low-carb recipe for moussaka, both delicious and guilt free.
This Mediterranean snack will become a new lunchbox favourite in your household, with no carbs in sight it makes for a great light lunch or side dish to any meal.
The perfect recipe for a meat-free Monday, this mouth watering salad won’t have you missing the meat.
A great way to capture the vegetable in all it’s glory is to roast it and garnish with the bright bursting flavours of pomegranate seeds and feta cheese.