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Tesco Aubergine 29p Each - Clubcard Price @ Tesco

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Tesco Aubergine Each
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Product Description
Aubergine.
Harvested by hand Carefully grown in Hertfordshire, with a distinctive colour and mild flavour
Harvested by hand Carefully grown in Hertfordshire, with a distinctive colour and mild flavour

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    ThingyGuy25/04/2022 00:29

    What do these actually taste like? Never had one


    Very little, but they absorb flavours really well. My favourite aubergine dishes are babbaganoush, bengan bharta and melanzane parmigiana.
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    Not discounted in my store. It’s delivery only

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    🍆🍆🍆
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    ThingyGuy25/04/2022 00:29

    What do these actually taste like? Never had one


    Tastes like an eggplant in my expierience
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    This is a great price but the smaller variety you can find in Asian shops has more flavour and taste.

    Voted hot!
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    ThingyGuy25/04/2022 00:29

    What do these actually taste like? Never had one


    Yeah alright ..I've heard they can be a bit bitter if not cooked properly ..but never noticed myself
    ...it does shrink a bit during cooking

    Cut it up with courgette and peppers roast in the oven for a while ..then use it with chopped tomatoes etc in a pasta bake

    ...noice
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    ThingyGuy25/04/2022 00:29

    What do these actually taste like? Never had one


    grim - on their own.

    best used in very small chunks in whatever you cook them with. Good with a thai green curry if cut small enough though.
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    ThingyGuy25/04/2022 00:29

    What do these actually taste like? Never had one


    Lovely, especially in a moussaka
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    Peel it, slice it, dip in beaten egg then coat in breadcrumbs and grated cheese, fry then eat. 🍆🍆🍆
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    Obligatory mention re aubergines...
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    ...like eating flip flops
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    I tip I learnt in Italy (sicily) is to slice or chop aubergine into chunks and then roast them a bit (airfryer is ideal) to remove moisture. Then cook then as a meat substitute.. instead of being squishy they become chewy. It's what plebs used to do when meat was scarce
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    🙆🍆💃 🍑 💦 🤪🙈
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    I have to wonder why the heck moussaka is written with 2 's', there isn't a second one in Greek.
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    Remember to cook for long enough that it's tender, otherwise it can be quite fibrous and unpleasant
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    Sister in law absolutely luvs it when I give her one of these.....
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    Doom525/04/2022 17:20

    ???69


    Reminds me how Tesco’s Stockwell Baked Beans are 420g a tin
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    Great roasted with some herbs and added to some cheesy risotto rice. Heat.
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    Derek5525/04/2022 11:19

    Peel it, slice it, dip in beaten egg then coat in breadcrumbs and grated …Peel it, slice it, dip in beaten egg then coat in breadcrumbs and grated cheese, fry then eat. ???


    Basically coat it and fry it to make it taste of anything other than aubergine

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    Fry it and mix with an egg...
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    First glance at the photo, I thought this was a Gaming Mouse
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    anyone else wince when slicing
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    Anyone else notice the power button icon at the end of the aubergine in the main picture?
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    HellriderUKDeals6925/04/2022 07:19

    This is a great price but the smaller variety you can find in Asian shops …This is a great price but the smaller variety you can find in Asian shops has more flavour and taste.Voted hot!


    Pun intended?
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    As the wife would say, it's like eating slugs, good price though.
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    What do these actually taste like? Never had one
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    Roast, peel the skin off, mash and add a bit of salt, pepper, chopped onions and a hint of lemon juice.
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    classygear25/04/2022 08:58

    Not discounted in my store. It’s delivery only [Image]


    Maybe not discounted, but that's still a pretty good price for an aubergine.
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    tgheretford25/04/2022 18:52

    Anyone else notice the power button icon at the end of the aubergine in …Anyone else notice the power button icon at the end of the aubergine in the main picture?


    Since reading your comment a series of questions came up…
    Wonder how to charge it

    Don’t buy customer returns

    What if it’s been used and wiped cleaned (edited)
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    29p for 🍆💦 is 69p a bottle
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    I’ve had these as sweet tapas fried and sprinkled with icing sugar.
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    What do they taste like
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    Great for Moussaka. Yummy!
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    Twelvetoes25/04/2022 20:38

    What do they taste like


    Very little, but they absorb flavours really well. My favourite aubergine dishes are babbaganoush, bengan bharta and melanzane parmigiana.
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