How to make it

  • Peel and slice Eggplant into 1/2 inch thick disks, sprinkle with salt and lay out on a paper towel to drain for 5 minutes. Slice Cauliflower and combine with Eggplant in a bowl, drizzle Vinegar over top.
  • Pour Olive Oil into pan and saute Pancetta and Onions over medium flame for 5 minutes.
  • Add Eggplant and Cauliflower to pan. Then add Oregano, Cumin, and a pinch of Salt and Pepper. Also add some more Olive Oil if too dry. Continue to saute another 5 minutes.
  • Clear half the pan by shoveling ingredients to one side. Add ground Turkey and cook another 5 minutes.
  • Clear half the pan by shoveling ingredients to one side. Add the Garlic and Red Peppers. Saute 1 more minute and turn off flame.
  • Grease a 12" Casserole with Butter and pre heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place 1/3 of the mixture from the pan in the bottom of the Casserole. Cover with grated Parmesan and Provolone. Repeat twice more.
  • Put Casserole in oven for 15 minutes and serve.

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  • invisiblechef 6 years ago
    This sounds really exceptional , yes more garlic, garlic is goooood. All the ingredients are fantastic. Provolone is one of my favorite cheeses, besides feta and this crumbly Mexican cheese I can never remember the name of but it's so good, I can remember the salty taste of course. Another great recipe to save/print for future use. ( near future)
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  • lor 7 years ago
    Mmmmmmm... looks good to me. I agree, MORE GARLIC! I love the way you have described the method of preparation! It was the "shoveling" that put a smile on my face ;-)
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  • legoflamb 7 years ago
    I think this would be fine with baked turkey. It might even be better because it could be more flavorful. I suggest that you shred the leftovers and don't bother waiting 5 minutes like in step 4. Give it more like 1 minute to warm it up (but you should increas the cooking in step 3 to 10 minutes otherwise the Cauliflower will be too tough!)
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  • maryoftoday 7 years ago
    could you use a baked turkey? this sounds great! I never know what to do with my left-over turkey from thanksgiving!
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  • legoflamb 7 years ago
    I agree more garlic is better, but I though it might scare people off. And I probably should have used "cloves" of garlic instead of "clives". =)
    EDIT: Fixed spelling and doubled garlic!
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    Sounds like a winner but I will adda little more garlic. Nice post TY
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