|Baba ganoush with crispy polenta.|
Enter baba ganoush bites with crispy polenta.
I made a traditional baba ganoush but I went heavy on the garlic and lemon and light on the tahini and olive oil.
|The bites got topped with a sprinkle of parsley and a slice of black olive.|
These turned out great and I will have to remake them when I need an appetizer to bring to a party.
If you want to try making them you can find a great baba ganoush recipe here at Simply Recipes.
For the crostini - I made some polenta according to the package directions - then I poured it into a flat pan and let it cool.
Then I inverted the pan over a cookie sheet and it dropped out in one piece. I cut it into small squares and put them in a 400 degree oven for 20 minutes.
The dogs munched on some crostini sans baba ganoush:-)
Now I am off to take the dogs for a long walk - it is bright and sunny here today!