Black Truffle & Thyme Stuffed Roasted Eggplant

Check out this delicious Roasted Eggplant dish made using Amino Mantra’s Black Truffle and Thyme Plant Patties. As you probably already know this range of plant patties are my absolute favourite! There’s five flavours (all vegan and gluten free) to choose from and they are super versatile.

You can literally add whatever you want to stuff your eggplant – but the combo in this recipe is a gourmet taste sensation for your taste buds.

Amino Mantra’s plant patties are available around NZ at smaller food stores and some supermarkets, click here for a list of locations.

Choose from: Sundried Tomato & Basil – makes a delish pasta sauce, Caramelised Onion & Garlic, Fijian Turmeric & Cumin, Smoky BBQ -perfect for burgers, and Black Truffle and Thyme.

Check out other Amino Mantra recipes on our blog.

Black Truffle & Thyme Stuffed Roasted Eggplant

Difficulty level: Medium  Total Time: 45 mins Meals served: 2 Servings

Ingredients

1 cup of roasted pumpkin (if you roast a whole pumpkin keep the rest for other meals)

1 eggplant cut in half, then hollow- keep the sides intact. Keep the flesh to fry for the rest of the dish.

300g of fried button mushrooms

2 shallots

2 cloves of garlic

1 fresh chilli – optional

Eggplant flesh – cut into small cubes and fry with the rest of ingredients

Pinch of salt & pepper

2 Amino Mantra Black Truffle and Thyme Patties

Basil for garnish

Dairy free/Vegan Parmesan cheese

Amino Mantra Black Truffle and Thyme - Roasted Stuffed Eggplant

Method

Salt eggplant & let stand for 10 minutes to make the eggplant softer. 

Put all of the ingredients except for basil & cheese on frying pan & mix together for 5-10 mins or until eggplant and mushrooms are soft then spoon into eggplant.

Put the eggplants on a baking tray.

Bake for 30 mins – adding cheese 5 minutes before taking it out.

Add basil on top.

Many thanks to talented duo Master Chef  Dan @the_reel_dan and Paulina @paulinaciurzynska and to @aminomantra for the best patties everšŸ‘Œ . When you make this dish take a few pics and don’t forget to tag them on the gram.