Monday, July 8, 2013

Purple Eggplant Fine Art Print

Good evening and hello from Virginia! Enjoy the evening and have a beautiful awesome evening!

We love fried Eggplant and the Egg plants that we grow in our small garden are particularly tasty and good. I have includes a Fried Eggplant vegetable recipe because, I know every one doesn't know how to fry them.  They can also be broiled or stuffed and I have a great Spanish eggplant receip... Well I didn't intend to turn this blog into a cooking class so today I will publish a painting of one of my Eggplant vegetables.

 My Fine Art Prints from my Purple Eggplant painting can be purchased here. So how about kicking your shoes off and relaxing for a while with me while you go to my Etsy shop; to browse.
Fried Eggplant recipe:

Slice eggplant in to 1/2 inches slices, place then in to a canister that has drainage holes in it. On one side sprinkle with salt then turn them over and sprinkle salt on the other side. Let them set for an hour or so. Then rinse them off with cold water and drain. Dip slices in beaten eggs then coat with flour or dry breads crumbs. Sauté in a small amount of hot oil (375) degrees. 5 to 10 minutes until tender and a golden brown.
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