vegan eggplant lasagna

Vegan eggplant Lasagna recipe – No meat Lasagna

Vegan Eggplant Lasagna Recipe: No Meat Lasagna is eggplant layered between tomato sauce, corn, and cheese, with no meat added to it. This recipe makes it ideal for vegetarians or vegans who can’t eat any meat on their diet. 

vegan eggplant lasagna

Here’s a great way to get your family to try something new: vegan eggplant lasagna. It’s easy to prepare and is also really delicious.

What do I prefer for the vegan eggplant recipe?

Eggplant lasagna can be made in two forms – one with eggplant as the main filling. And another in which the eggplant acts as the layer between the cheese, pasta, and meat. 

vegan eggplant lasagna recipe with no meat

I preferred grilled eggplant as the layer between the cheese and corn with tomato sauce in this vegan eggplant lasagna recipe. Prepared an eggplant lasagna recipe with no meat involved.

Cheddar cheese vegan dieters haven’t always preferred different kinds of cheese, however certain cheeses are allowed to be added to vegan recipes.

American Corn It is best to mix tomato sauce with all Italian recipes. It is sweet-tasting and is perfect with cheese when baked.

Tomato sauce – It is best to combine with any veggies or meat recipes.

Best way to cook eggplant

You’ve decided to make vegan eggplant lasagna for dinner, but you don’t know how to cook eggplant! You want to cook eggplant perfectly, so you can enjoy all of the flavors in your lasagna

vegan eggplant lasagna

Like most vegetables, eggplant can be prepared in many different recipes like eggplant pastitsio, dips, or grilled.

There are many factors to consider when cooking eggplant because it can vary in taste and texture depending on how it’s cooked.

If you want to make vegan eggplant lasagna, it’s important to pick the right type of eggplant so you end up with the perfect dish that pleases your palate and everyone else at the table.

  1. Choose the eggplant – Italian eggplant (about 5 inches long ), purple in color, and fleshy.
  2. Slice – Slice lengthwise, it is about 1/2 cm thick.
  3. Marinade – Best to marinate with salt, crushed pepper, oregano, garlic, and olive oil.
  4. Grilled, baked, or fried – Th up to you what equipment you have. I prefer the easiest way to cook, the grilling method.
Vegan eggplant Lasagna

Vegan eggplant Lasagna

Stuffed with corn, and eggplant

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Course: MainCuisine: ItalianDifficulty: Medium


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  • 2 no Eggplant (5 inches long)

  • 2 no Slice tomatoes

  • Stuffing
  • 1 cup American corn

  • 1/2 cup Tomato sauce (concasse)

  • 1 cup Cheddar cheese (vegan)

  • Seasoning & Spices
  • 1 tbsp Chopped garlic

  • 3 tbsp Olive oil

  • Crushed pepper

  • Dried oregano

  • Salt

  • Basil leaves (fresh)

  • Garnish
  • cherry tomato

  • Basil leaves (fresh)


  • Slice lengthwise eggplant, marinate with salt, garlic, crushed pepper, and chopped garlic.

    marinade eggplant
  • Heat frying pan with adding little olive oil. Place the marinated eggplant and grill until cooked.

    grill eggplant
  • For stuffing
  • Heat olive oil in a deep frying pan, add chopped garlic, stir until brown. Then add the corn, saute with tomato sauce, add spices and herbs. For binding, add some grated cheese and mix thoroughly.

    Corn with cheese
  • Bring the grilled eggplant, and cut it in half. Lay the half-sliced eggplant inside a casserole dish. place the corn mixture on it, and then put cheese and thinly sliced tomatoes. Do the same until you have two layers.

    vegan eggplant lasagnatomato with cheese
  • Baking
  • Before baking, cover with cheese, and drizzle with little olive oil. Preheat the oven, and bake at 167 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes.

    vegan eggplant lasagna
  • Then, take the lasagna out of the oven and decorate with cherry tomatoes and the sprigs of basil. Serve hot.

Nutrition Facts

1 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories698
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 49.2g 76%
    • Saturated Fat 16.3g 82%
  • Cholesterol 59mg 20%
  • Sodium 1018mg 43%
  • Potassium 1120mg 32%
  • Total Carbohydrate 53.6g 18%
    • Dietary Fiber 11g 44%
    • Sugars 16.8g
  • Protein 22.3g 45%

  • Calcium 33%
  • Iron 34%
  • Vitamin D 34%

* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Biraj Kumar

My food blog is all about cooking, food, and healthy living. You’ll find recipes for every meal of the day and tips for new recipes Ideas.

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