Chinese Di San Xian

Aubergine Chinese
 
 I can’t decide what to call this dish and let me tell you why. I had a notion earlier to go on a little Chinese culinary journey. I’m not usually mad about Chinese food but I went ahead and started searching through recipes till I found this one, Di San Xian. To my surprise I found it is very similar to a Mauritian dish called Brinjel Pomme de Terre Toufe.  I’ve never used a wok to make anything except stir fries, have you? Well I thought I’d give the Chinese Di San Xian a try but when I started making it I found myself using the Mauritian method. Auto Pilot. Unfortunately I was nearly finished before I realized the Chinese Di San Xian has soy sauce in it. Ah well, I added it at the end anyway.
 

Chinese DiSanXian or Brinjel Pomme de Terre toufé

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Per Serving 190 calories

Fat 7 g

Carbs 30 g

Protein 4 g

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Chinese DiSanXian or Brinjel Pomme de Terre toufé

Ingredients

1 Eggplant chopped

2 medium Potatoes chopped

2 table spoon olive Oil

Salt to taste

1 chopped Onion

2 Dry Chillies

1 tea spoon Garlic Paste

2 plum Tomato chopped

1 table spoon Soy sauce

Spring onion for garnish

Instructions

  1. Heat a wok with oil. 
  2. Add Onion and dry chilli and sauté. 
  3. Add potatoes. Season with salt. 
  4. Cover with a lid and cook for 5 minutes.
  5. Add eggplants,garlic paste and the tomatoes and cook for 5-7 minutes or until potatoes and eggplants are cooked. Add the soy sauce,  give it a quick stir then allow to cook for 2 more minutes.
  6. Serve with boiled rice, bread or naan bread.

 

 
 
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