Grown primarily in Sicily, the round variety has a far meatier flavour, with considerably less seeds. (£2.9/kg)
The round aubergine is quite similar to its more traditional long, black counterpart, with the difference between them being that the round variety has a far meatier flavour, with considerably less seeds. Grown primarily in Sicily, its shape makes for easier peeling and grilling, as well as adding a little intrigue on plates. Cook it into a traditional Sicilian caponata or combine it with stronger flavours such as goat's cheese, fig, bacon or anchovies. For an interesting Italian-style dish, slice it, then top with pesto, a slice of beef tomato and mozzarella and a drizzle of olive oil, then put in the oven for 15 minutes. Voilà!
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