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Real Foods Organic Aubergine

2 Customer Review(s)
Customer Rating: 4.6
(7 votes)
250g £1.29
500g £2.58
1kg £5.15

Ingredients

Organic Aubergine ingredients: Organic Aubergine

About Organic Aubergine

Aubergines are a good source of fibre and folic acid. The colour of the skin is a result of the presence of anthocyanins (compounds with antioxidant properties.) Although often associated with warmer, more exotic lands, the striking looking aubergine is widely cultivated in Britain. Its subtle and distinctive combination of textures and flavours - smooth, fleshy, creamy, smoky - make it a versatile and beguiling component of many great dishes.

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Customer reviews

These are decent aubergines, shiny and firm. Excellent in ratatouillie

By Moira Hunt on 28/08/2015

I was never very keen on Aubergene until I tried it in the vegetable casserole I found in the recipes on this site - now I wouldn't leave it out for any reason.

By Jennifer Reeves on 04/03/2015

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