Ingredients


1¼kg small vine or small plum tomatoes

a sprinkling of golden caster sugar

4 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil, plus extra for drizzling

1 large eggplant/aubergine (about 450g/1lb)

500g gluten free rigatoni or penne

1 tbsp garlic infused oil

85g black olives, stoned and chopped

2 good handfuls of basil leaves, plus extra for serving

450g buffalo mozzarella

50g parmesan, freshly grated, plus extra for serving


Serves - 4


Method


Preheat the oven to fan 140C/conventional 160C/gas 3. Halve the tomatoes through their equator, rather than their core.

Stand them cut-side up on a shallow baking tray (I use a nonstick Swiss roll tin). Scatter a little salt, pepper and sugar over the cut surfaces and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil. Roast for 45 minutes.

Meanwhile, slice the eggplant/aubergine into rounds, brush both sides with oil and spread out in one layer on another tray.

After the tomatoes have been roasting for 45 minutes, put the eggplant/aubergines in with them and roast for another 45 minutes.

Towards the end of the time, cook the gluten free pasta in plenty of gently boiling well-salted water until nearly al dente – it should be undercooked because it finishes off in the oven.

Drain well and tip into a large bowl. Have ready 3 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil mixed with the garlic oil and chopped olives.

Toss the oil mixture through the pasta and turn half of it into a 2-21⁄2 litre ovenproof dish. Remove the tomatoes and eggplant/aubergines from the oven.

Turn up the oven to fan 180C/conventional 200C/gas 6. Scatter half the tomatoes and their juices over the pasta in the dish.

Roughly tear the basil leaves and scatter on top. Drain the mozzarella, pat dry with kitchen paper, then slice very thinly. Lay two-thirds of the slices over the tomatoes. Grind black pepper over, and scatter over the eggplant/aubergine.

Add the rest of the pasta, top with the remaining tomatoes and mozzarella and then the parmesan. (Can be made up to here 3-4 hours in advance).

Bake for 20-25 minutes, until piping hot and the top is extra crusty. Serve hot with a sprinkle of basil and extra parmesan.

 

Recipe adapted from: Good Food

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