Eggplant Rolls With Tomato & Garlic

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About: Hello, my name is Auroris. Every day we have the opportunity to learn new things, to rethink tired processes, and to improve the way we work.

Hi friends!

Today, I want to share one of my family's favorite recipe "Eggplant Rolls with Tomato & Garlic" with step by step pictures.

For all you serious garlic lovers out there, I guarantee you'll become addicted to this appetizer!

Tip: It's not hard to make the vegan option, just choose a vegan mayo ;)

Supplies:

  • 2 Eggplant
  • 2 cloves Garlic
  • 100g (1/2 cup) Mayoneese
  • Tomatoes
  • Small Bunch Parsley
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Oil

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Step 1: Wash the Eggplants, Cut the Ends Off and Cut Lengthwise Into Slices

Step 2: Generously Salt the Slices and Set Them Aside for 15 Min.

Eggplants can have quite a bitter taste, so this step helps to reduce it. Don't care about the salt proportions because we will wash the vegetables later.

Step 3: Ingredients for the Filling

Wash the tomatoes, parsley, and garlic. Cut tomatoes in small slices. This time I find green garlic in the market so I will use it, but usually, I take 2 garlic cloves.

Tip: You can use any tomatoes, cherry tomatoes or grape tomatoes as you like

Step 4: Garlic Sauce

You can pass mayo, salt, pepper, and garlic through the blender, or chop the garlic very small and combine all ingredients. Taste the sauce, it should be garlicky, but not TOO garlicky :))

Step 5: Rinse the Eggplant Slices and Pat Them Dry

Step 6: Fried Eggplant

In a frying pan heat vegetable oil, fry each slice for 2 minutes on each side. The eggplant should take a brownish crust. Add oil when needed.

Grilled eggplants also will be very yummy!

Step 7: Transfer Fried Slices to Paper Towels and Allow to Cool

Step 8:

Spread the garlic mayonnaise sauce on the eggplant slice. Place tomato and a sprig of parsley. Roll up the slice and place rolls on a dish.

Tip: Find a substitute for parsley: dill, cilantro or chervil

Step 9: Cool Before Serving and Bon Appétit!!!

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billbillt

23 days ago

This looks great!.. Thanks for sharing!.. I guess that I am one of the few people that like eggplant.. Here is an eggplant casserole recipe that is from the old Wyatt's cafeteria before it closed.. It was a Houston favorite.. Don't skip any steps, I won't be as good.. We tried to skip the eggplant soaking and it wasn't as good..

https://www.cooks.com/recipe/6t3it98p/wyatts-cafeteria-baked-eggplant.html

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sarawelder

Question 4 weeks ago

This looks like a nice recipe but I did not see anything in the ingredient list that was spicy. Are there meant to be hot peppers in it?

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Aurorissarawelder

Answer 4 weeks ago

This Egplant Rolls are more about raw garlic. Since garlic has a bit of a kick, I apply to this category.
But careful, its a risk to loose some friends... just kidding)