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Old 06-05-2016, 06:28 PM   #1
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ISO help with toaster oven baked eggplant

I would like to adapt the following recipe for the toaster oven. Can anyone tell me what the optimal temperature and cooking time would be? And should I use the middle or lower rack of the toaster oven?

Roasted Baby Eggplant | I Breathe I'm Hungry

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Old 06-05-2016, 06:35 PM   #2
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350F same as a regular oven. Your toaster oven's manual should tell you the proper rack position for baking.
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350F same as a regular oven. Your toaster oven's manual should tell you the proper rack position for baking.

Thanks Andy! Is it best to use the regular baking setting or the convection setting?


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Thanks Andy! Is it best to use the regular baking setting or the convection setting?


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No clue. It's not a super critical task to bake eggplant. There's room for error.
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If you use the convection setting, lower the temperature by 25F and reduce the cooking time by around !0%
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If you use the convection setting, lower the temperature by 25F and reduce the cooking time by around !0%

Thanks! I just baked one and used the regular setting on 350 for 45 minutes. It came out okay but next time I'll try to do a better job cutting it in half more evenly. One half was a bit undercooked.


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