Baked Eggplant From The Air Fryer
Make Baked Eggplant with your Air Fryer
Air Fryers are my favorite way to cook eggplant. If you cook it correctly it turns out to be baked on the outside, and still tender and plump on the inside. Using your air fryer is a quick, easy, and delicious way to cook eggplant, and can be a great addition to any meal.
Know the ingredients, before the recipe.
● Clove of garlic
Garlic is a plant in the onion family that is grown for its unique taste. It contains sulfur compounds which are believed to have several benefits. Garlic is delicious and easy to add to your diet. You can use it in savory dishes, soups, sauces, dressings, and much more.
Basil is available in many varieties. Although this herb may not add essential nutrients to your diet, it can spice up your diet. It can be used in a variety of ways:
- Sprinkle freshly chopped basil leaves on pizza.
- Place a few basil leaves on the tomato and mozzarella slices and pour the olive oil on a plate.
- Add the basil soup, ketchup, and french fries.
- Prepare the seasoning with basil, olive oil, and chopped garlic.
- Add whole, chopped, or grated fresh leaves to salads.
Mozzarella is a soft white cheese with high moisture content. It originates from Italy and is usually made from Italian buffalo or cow’s milk. Mozzarella is lower in sodium and calories than most other cheeses. Mozzarella is delicious in a Caprese salad – made with fresh tomatoes, basil, and balsamic vinegar – and can be added to many recipes.
● Black pepper:
Black pepper is widely used in cooking around the world. It is often called “King of Spices”. Black pepper and its active ingredient, piperine, can have strong antioxidant activity, increase the absorption of certain nutrients and beneficial compounds.
The amount of black pepper commonly used in cooking and additives up to 20 mg piperine appears to be safe. However, black pepper can increase drug absorption and should be used with caution when combined with some medications. Black pepper is a flexible ingredient that can be added to a variety of recipes, including meat, fish, eggs, salads, and soups. Available at most grocery stores.