Fried aubergines in breaded with cheese - step by step recipe with photo

I will introduce you to a very simple recipe. Prepare delicious fried eggplant can not only be easy, but just as quickly. I gave this recipe to many of my friends - no one said that they did not succeed. Most importantly, they are quickly eaten. Well this dish in any form - hot, cold, with or without sauce. And their useful properties do not cause any doubt.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 large or 2 small eggplant;
  • 1 -2 eggs;
  • 3-5 table spoons of vegetable or olive oil for frying;
  • salt - to taste;
  • black ground pepper, paprika, any dried seasoning - to taste;
  • , a glass of breadcrumbs;
  • , a glass of grated hard cheese.

Clear.

Cut through into slices approximately, cm thick.

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Salt eggplant eggplants, let them lie down. This is necessary in order to remove unnecessary bitterness. Wait 15-20 minutes until they let the juice.

Rinse with cold water - rinse off excess salt, soak excess moisture with a paper towel.

In one bowl, beat one or two eggs with a fork.

In another bowl, prepare the breading mixture: mix breadcrumbs with grated grater with hard cheese, black pepper, dried paprika or any dried seasoning according to your taste. Salt can not be added, because you have already salted eggplant.

Instead of breadcrumbs I often use finely ground corn flakes. Only when buying cereal, note that they would not be sweet.

Once the eggplants are ready for roasting, that is - salted, wrung out of excess moisture, dried - get down to the frying.

You can vary this recipe by adding finely grated garlic to the egg mixture. But then it's more delicious to eat them with tomato sauce. The recipe for sauce is below.

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Pour a little vegetable or olive oil on the frying pan.

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Each slice of eggplant is dipped first in the egg mixture, and then breaded, put it on a heated frying pan.

Fry the slice 1 minute to golden brown, periodically turning it over.

We put it on a paper napkin or towel to remove excess oil.

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With what you can eat fried eggplants - condiments

Such fried eggplant can be eaten with garlic sauce.

I cook the garlic sauce very simply: in a thick sour cream, rubbed on a fine grater or a few garlic cloves (1-2) passed through garlic paste, salt to taste.

Very fried fried eggplant with tomato sauce, which is also very easy to cook by yourself. You can take a ready-made tomato juice or pass through a meat grinder or juicer fresh tomatoes, previously peeled. Whatever the peel of tomatoes is easily removed, you need to scald the steep boiling water with fresh tomatoes, let them lie in hot water min 5-7.

For a tomato sauce, you will need 1 onion, salt to taste, greens (dill, parsley, basil, celery - all that you need like), black pepper or a mixture of peppers to taste, 2-3 cloves of garlic, a little vegetable or olive oil.

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Fry the finely chopped onions in a pan, salt, pepper, add tomato juice. Fry it all for a few minutes, add the garlic. Take the sauce off the fire immediately. He is ready, it remains only to cool it. You can serve it not only to fried eggplant, but also to any meat dishes, sausages, pasta.

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