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Aubergine Pie

the weathers getting crisper and brighter but winter warming food is still very welcome. 

So the delicious smell of an aubergine pie at the front door was very reassuring. 

You will need

  • finely chopped onion
  • Garlic
  • Vegetarian soya mince
  • One tin tomatoes
  • Half tsp stevia 
  • Sliced aubergine lightly pan fried
  • Five medium sized potatoes boiled and mashed with butter or non dairy margarine. 
  • Grated cheddar or strong cheese
  • Two beaten eggs and a little milk or soya milk. 

Fry the onion gently in a little oil. Add the garlic, tomatoes, onion, and stevia and simmer for a few mins. Then add the soya mince and continue simmering. 

When the base sauce is ready add a late to an over proof dish. Then add a layer of aubergines. A layer of grated mature cheese. Then the layer of mashed potatoes. 

Top with more cheese and the beaten egg mixed with milk. 

Place in the oven for about forty mins or until brown. 

We served with a fried beetroot and walnut salad and a lettuce and tomato salad with red peppers. 


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