2 Eggplants 1 Bell Pepper 1/2 Bunch Parsley (1 oz / 30g) 1 Onion 1 Tomato 1 Garlic Clove 1 Fresh Lime Olive Oil (Approx. 2 Tbsp) Salt, Black Pepper PREPARATIONS: 1- Grill the eggplants and bell pepper. 2- Mince the parsley. 3- Dice the tomato and onion. 4- Skin and dice the grilled eggplants and bell pepper. DIRECTIONS: 1- Place the diced/grilled eggplants, bell pepper, onions, tomatoes, and mince parsley in a large bowl. 2- Add salt (Approx. 1/4 tsp or as preferred) and black pepper. 3- Stir in olive oil. 4- Mash a fresh garlic on top. 5- Squeeze a fresh lime into the bowl. 6- Stir thoroughly.
EGGPLANT SALAD CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Eggplant salad is contains high amounts of vitamins and minerals. It may not look much, but it's rich source of vitamin A, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. It contains very high amount of dietary fiber. Eggplant salad is very high in iron, manganese and potassium. It also has no cholesterol. 100g (3.5 oz ) of eggplant salad has 42 calories (19 calories from fat), 2.1g total fat, no cholesterol, 42mg sodium, 219mg potassium and 6.1g total carbohydrates. Eggplant contains high amount of antioxidants. It may prevent cancer and can be very helpful in maintaining a healthy skin. It also has anti aging components as well as anti cancer agents. Eggplant can reduce the bad cholesterol and has antiviral and antimicrobial agents. Now consider eggplant salad's low calories and add it to all of the benefits mentioned above. It is the reason why eggplant salad is considered a Grade A food in the nutrition chart.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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