(Less oil version) vegetarian eggplant

Fried eggplant is very oily every time ~ Since I have a little trick ~ Mom no longer worry about the oil rubbing at home. I used a less oil version, fried eggplant so easy ~ I am a second-hand== NO NO NO. . . My trick is to soften the eggplant first ~ Blanched water … NO NO NO … I feel boiled after boiled water … So my method is: No oil and water in a pot and fire It ’s hot, put the eggplant in it and stir fry it until it ’s soft … Everyone pay attention to the heat, otherwise you wo n’t be looking for me if you burn it … Hey .. In fact, it ’s OK to turn the microwave, it ’s convenient. But I think it's more delicious to use the pot.

Fried eggplant is very oily every time ~ Since I have a little trick ~ Mom no longer worry about the oil rubbing at home. I used a less oil version, fried eggplant so easy ~ I am a second-hand== NO NO NO. . . My trick is to soften the eggplant first ~ Blanched water … NO NO NO … I feel boiled after boiled water … So my method is: No oil and water in a pot and fire It ’s hot, put the eggplant in it and stir fry it until it ’s soft … Everyone pay attention to the heat, otherwise you wo n’t be looking for me if you burn it … Hey .. In fact, it ’s OK to turn the microwave, it ’s convenient. But I think it's more delicious to use the pot.

Material

eggplant 2 roots
green pepper 2 pcs
garlic 1
salt
soy sauce

To cut the eggplant, my method is: remove the stalk of the eggplant, cut it into 3 sections, cut three pieces in cross section and then cut the strips. Green pepper cut diagonally. Garlic cut minced garlic.

Heat the eggplant strips in a water-free and oil-free pan, and stir them up until they are soft.

The oil in the pan is hot and fragrant garlic. After the green pepper is fried, the sliced strips are continuously stir-fried. Add salt and soy sauce.

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