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Eggplants in Greek

Eggplant is a vegetable that should be givenSpecial attention, because of the unusual taste and the presence in its composition of a huge amount of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Eggplants contain fiber, soluble sugars, pectin, proteins, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, sodium, vitamins c, b1, b2, b5, pp.

Because of the content of vitamin pp, this vegetable is recommended for people who want to get rid of nicotine addiction, because a nicotinic acid Helps the body to tolerate the absence of nicotine in a smoking cessation. Eggplants are also an indispensable product for those who want to lose weight. In 100 grams of eggplant contains only 28 calories.

Today "so simple!" Prepared for you a very unusual recipe for cooking these useful vegetables - manzans. These stuffed eggplants in Greek will not leave you indifferent!

Aubergines in Greek



  • 3 kg aubergines
  • 1 kg of carrots
  • 400 g of bell pepper
  • 100 g of parsley
  • 100 g of garlic
  • salt


  1. Wash the eggplant and cut the stem. In the middle make an incision and broth until prepared. Cool in cold water, put on a board or baking tray in rows and press another board, on which you need to put the load. This is done in order to make out of the eggplant superfluous juice.
  2. While eggplants are under load, prepareStuffing. Carrots of sodium on a large grater and carcass in a cauldron on hot oil on high heat for 5-10 minutes. Let the filling cool down. Cut the Bulgarian pepper into strips, and chop the garlic by hand, a crust or a blender. Cut parsley, salt and mix well.
  3. Stuff stuffing eggplant, putting them tightly in a pan, bucket or barrel. Cover and put the load on top. After 3 days, spread out on cans and close the capron cap.

If you adore eggplants, be sure to prepare manzans for the winter, so that in the cold season you can enjoy your favorite vegetable, and even with such delicious stuffing!