Five Spice Eggplants

Thứ Năm, 28 Tháng Tư 201612:45 CH(Xem: 638)
Five Spice Eggplants
FIVE SPICE EGGPLANTS

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INGREDIENTS
- Chinese eggplants
- Ginger
- Chinese celery
- Red pepper

DIRECTIONS
- Cut eggplants into 2” to 3” chunks. Soak eggplants in water unless deep frying immediately. Mince ginger, celery, red pepper.
- Deep fry eggplants until golden brown. Transfer and soak eggplants in hot water to remove oil and finish cooking. Arrange on serving platter.
- In a small bowl, mix ginger, celery, ketchup, red pepper, vinegar, sugar, sesame oil, salt, and vegi oyster sauce to taste. Spread over eggplants and serve.



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