Eggplant, known as Aubergine, is a humble vegetable that comes in may shapes and colors with lots of health benefits. Eggplants are delicious stuffed, grilled, stewed or baked. The choice is yours.
- Rich in iron, calcium and other minerals, essential nutrients for the body
- The skin contains essential Phyto nutrients for good blood circulation
- Low in calories and a great source of fiber for healthy and easy digestion
- High in bioflavonoids, which are known to control high blood pressure and relieve stress
1 large eggplant, 1 clove of garlic crushed,inflatable slide 1tbsp capsicum paste, 1tsp olive oil, and fresh chopped cilantro, salt & pepper.
- Wash the eggplant and cut in small pieces, leaving the skin on.
- Put the pieces in a steamer for a couple minutes to soften.
- Over medium heat, pan-roast the steamed eggplant with olive oil, capsicum paste, garlic, salt & pepper.
- Stir occasionally for 10’ to 15’, then add chopped fresh cilantro, mix together then serve.
How to make handy capsicum paste
- Wash and dice 2 or more capsicums and put them in a blender to become smooth.
- Place the mixture in a pan over medium heat until all the water is evaporated.
- Let it cool off at room temperature and divide the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze.
- Then take the frozen capsicum cubes out of the tray and place them in a Ziploc bag or container to store in the freezer. When needed take 1 cube (referred to 1tbsp) at a time.
Note: The eggplant salad can be served warm or chilled over bread, rice or baked potato.
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