Eggplant with Corn and Feta

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A different way to prepare eggplant that can be eaten as a main dish, side dish, or folded over like a taco. You'll love this Eggplant with Corn and Feta recipe.
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I’m excited to share a new recipe using eggplant because is it just me, or does it seem most people don’t know what to do with it besides Eggplant Parmesan? I love how eggplant has one of the longest growing seasons out of all our local summer veggies. We can buy it all the way up to the first frost here in NC.

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Produce from the grocery store, on average, travels 1500 miles from the farm to your plate, so it’s great to buy local whenever you can. It does not have to be an all or nothing thing and just remember, when you do buy local, it’s better for your health and the environment!

Now let’s dive into the details of the recipe, which I shared last week on the Charlotte Today show. As I mention, you can serve it as a standalone side item or over a big bed of lettuce as a main dish. Or honestly, just folded up like a taco as I show you in the video. Let me know how it goes! Try this Creamed Corn too.

Eggplant with Corn and Feta on 100 Days of Real Food

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  1. Melissa Selby-Theut

    I made this tonight and it was delicious! I was a little skeptical, but pleasantly surprised — it’s a new favorite! Instead of using frozen corn, we grilled corn, which we cut off the cob. And instead of breading and pan-frying the eggplant, I brushed it lightly with olive oil and grilled it with a little salt and pepper.

  2. 5 stars
    It should be noted that eggplant is a rather capricious product because it absorbs a lot of oil. For this reason, I rarely cook them, I do not like fatty dishes. But I love them baked, and especially eggplant rolls with walnut sauce. I have not tried such a combination of tastes as you suggest. And I am planning to fix this in the nearest future :))) Thank you, this is a wonderful recipe, I will definitely save it.

  3. Hi Lisa,
    Eggplant is my favorite, i have try many of the flavors every one of them was good, but your’s one is the best so far ,Eggplant with Corn and Feta never thought about that kind of flavor,

    Thanks for such a sharing..hope you will share more testy recipes…

  4. Stephanie Syvertson

    Making this tonight, eggplant is my favorite. I love eggplant rollatini, I make it without breading, I also add eggplant to my veggie tacos.

      1. 100 Days Admin

        Changing the cheese will definitely change the entire flavor profile for this recipe. Most recipes when using cheese and eggplants will be an eggplant parmesan. You could try ricotta as the texture is similar. – Nicole