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While thumbing through Pinterest recently I came across an interesting article about an eight-year-old girl who cooks dinner for her family once a week. It was a fascinating article for me because I was thinking that it would be nice for Audrey to be able to make dinner for her family by the time she turns eight. While I was thinking this Audrey crawled into my lap and noticed a video on the website. She asked to see it.
The same eight-year-old girl explained how she and her mother made eggplant chips. Audrey asked to watch the video twice.
The next time we were at the store I picked up a small eggplant. After we made the chips I wished I had selected a large eggplant. Don't make the same mistake I did.
Our friend Leah came for dinner the next night and I thought it the perfect time to try the new recipe as we were having lasagna.
I chopped the eggplant and Audrey did the rest. They turned out amazing! Leah and I gobbled them up so fast no one else had much of a chance to eat them. Audrey had one but Mo decided not to try them this time.
I am going to pick up a couple of eggplant next time we make a shopping run. Eggplant chips are so easy to make and they are purple so they fulfill a challenging color on our Rainbow Chart!
|Audrey making eggplant chips.|
One quick tip: go easy on the salt as they need very little in order to be very salty tasting.