Eggplant With Minced Beef

Delicious!

This is a memorable dish that my mom would often would cook for my family when I was a kid. However she would use pork instead of beef. It is a very simple dish yet incredibly flavourful. It easily became one of my favourite dishes and is now even one of my children’s favourites too!

Ingredient

  • 2 big eggplants
  • 350 grams of minced beef
  • 4 TBS minced garlic (you can add more for more garlicky flavour)
  • 1 TBS of oyster Sauce
  • 1 TSP of cooking wine
  • 4 TBS of soy sauce ( I prefer FENGHE JiangQing soy sauce as it gives a more distinct umami flavour to my dishes. Another alternative with would be Knor seasoning or Maggi seasoning soy sauce)

First, boil your eggplants until they become tender. I prefer to boil it first before frying as the eggplant can absorb a lot of oil. When boiling ensure that your eggplants are fully submerged, this will prevent it from oxidising which causes it to darken in colour. I use a weighted bowl to hold down the eggplants as they boil so that they don’t float. After boiling, set aside the eggplant.

Prepare your heated wok. Drizzle 2 Tbs of oil and sauté your minced beef. Add 1 tsp of cooking wine, 1 TBS oyster sauce and 4 TBS of minced garlic. Sauté until cooked then set it aside.

Using the same wok, drizzle 3 TBS of oil, lay all your eggplants flat onto the wok. Then evenly spread out your minced beef over your eggplant, drizzling 4 TBS of soy sauce on it, then pour your beaten egg on top. Cover your wok for about 2-3 minutes.

Now your dish is ready to be served with a generous serving steaming white rice! Enjoy!

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