Tahe eggplant rollatini is delicious, tastes like homemade from an Italian restaurant!
Love eggplant rollatini and eggplant parm but hard to find the time to make them. This solves the problem! This is just as good as homemade without the time and fuss! I'm really happy with having one of my favorite dishes, as good as homemade, on a regular basis now because I don't have to find the time to make it!
They were sooo good!! We ate them without sauce the first time, just cooked them, sprinkled cheese on top and microwaved for 1 min to melt the cheese, just as good as any restaurant in the comfort of your own home. Next time I'm going to top them with red sauce and motz cheese as shown, I'm looking forward to it!
We loved the eggplant rollatini. It was flavorful and super simple to prepare.
Restaurant quality, and we will order again .
Our order last week included, for the first time the Eggplant Rollatini. I liked the photo on the New York Steak and Seafood Company product menu, showing this dish with the Italian meatballs. I think that makes a lot of sense. We always have these Italian meatballs in our garage freezers. For the Eggplant, they recommend 30-minutes in a preheated 400F oven. They also recommend basing the bottom of the cooking dish with a sauce, and then covering the top of the Eggplant with sauce.
Since we are Arizonans in the White Mountains of Arizona, we love Pico de Gallo, so for our initial experiment with Eggplant Rollatini, we baked as recommended, but without the sauce. When finished, we dressed the eggplant with a mild Pico De Gallo. It paired wonderfully with the Italian Ricotta cheese filling! When my wife finished hers, she said “WOW, this is really good.” I agree.