The young white eggplant can be eaten fresh, pickled, pureed as juice or dried. For preparation in a meal, it can be grilled, baked, broiled or steamed. It is often used in stews or served as a side dish next to meat or fish.
Foods that pair well with white eggplant: Due to its bitter taste, the white eggplant goes well with sweet flavours, protein-rich foods and smoked meat.
Once chopped, the eggplant will turn brown quickly. So, cut just before cooking or soak immediately in water or milk. Sugar and vinegar can be added to soften the bitter taste of this vegetable. The white eggplant can keep up to a week in a cool and dry place.