We’ve talked about cauliflower for pizza crust, but how about cheesy eggplant crust? It never even occurred to me that you could use eggplant for a pizza crust. So imagine how much fun I had watching this video and seeing how easy it is.
Now I’m odd in that I really do enjoy eggplant. I know some perceive of it as “slimy.” Salting and letting them sit for at least 15 minutes helps improve the texture.
Eggplants are related to tomatoes and potatoes as part of the nightshades. Sometimes I think it’s cool to toss in a factoid.
What Would I Change
Well, that really is a lot of cheese. And I would want some other fresh vegetables on top like mushrooms, tomatoes, zucchini, and onions. Heck you could make a ratatouille pizza.
And I think it would go great with ham or pepperoni. I mean, you’re kind of turning it into a flatbread. So put on whatever your favorite toppings happen to be that day.
I also love artichoke hearts.
You could probably go very lightly on the mozzarella cheese with a sprinkling of Parmesan. Then bake it, put on toppings and some additional cheese, and bake it a little more. Feta cheese could go either way, but I think I’d enjoy putting it on after the baking is finished.
Another idea is to use beans, cheddar, tomatoes and finish with shredded lettuce for a tostada.
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