A simple recipe for "eggplant range miso boiled" that does not use fire!
Simply microwave the chopped eggplant with the seasoning. It's very easy because it doesn't use fire. Enjoy the juicy taste of the melting eggplant.
material ( For 2 people )
Eggplant 3
Grated ginger (tube is OK) 1/2 teaspoon
Miso 1 tablespoon
Liquor 1 tablespoon
sugar 1 tablespoon
oil 1 tsp
Eggplant range miso boiled

"Eggplant range miso simmered", which can be made with only "eggplant" and seasonings at home, is insanely easy and very delicious! You don't need to use fire, just put it in the microwave and leave it alone. Recommended as a side dish as it can be made with one hand.

Eggplant range miso boiled

material

Click here for what to prepare. I refer to the recipe of the Co-op Pal System.

3 eggplants grated ginger (tube is OK) 1/2 teaspoon
1 tablespoon miso
1 tablespoon liquor
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon of oil

How to make

Wash the eggplant with water and cut it in half vertically. Cut it into half-moons about 1 cm wide.

Eggplant range miso boiled

Mix all the seasonings.

Eggplant range miso boiled

Put the eggplant in a heat-resistant container and sprinkle the combined seasoning on top. Wrap gently and heat in a 500W microwave for 6 minutes.

Eggplant range miso boiled

After heating, mix roughly and serve in a bowl to complete. You can sprinkle sesame seeds, white onions, and small green onions if you like.

Eggplant range miso boiled

What is its taste?

Eggplant is soft and fluffy when chewed! It absorbs oil moderately and has a more fresh and juicy texture. The sweet and salty sauce based on miso is spicy with ginger, which makes you appetite.

Eggplant range miso boiled

It's perfect as a companion to white rice, or as a snack for sake with a little garlic. Please try the super-easy recipe of eggplant that melts gently.