I played around with this Stuffed Chicken Aubergine (Eggplant/Brinjal) having been inspired by one of the cookbooks that I've seen. This is relatively simple to prepare and nice for someone who loves aubergines! (: This dish took an hour to marinate, 15 mins to prepare and 15 mins to cook.
Stuffed Chicken Aubergine (Eggplant/Brinjal) Recipe
2 aubergines (I used short ones)
150g minced chicken
1 tsp corn flour
8 dashes of oregano (powdered)
Some black pepper
10ml water + 2 tsp corn flour
1 tbsp oyster sauce
Marinating the minced chicken!
Add a dash of black pepper.
Add 3 dashes of oregano and a sprinkle of salt.
Add the cornflour.
Mix well and leave it in the fridge for at least an hour to marinate.
The aubergines! (: I got these 2 for only 90cents from Tekka Market! I'm so in love with wet markets!
Slice a small part of both ends of the aubergine to allow it to 'stand'. Slice each aubergine into 2 parts.
Using a paring knife, mark where you're gonna 'dig'.
Using a spoon, dig a cavity leaving 1 - 2 cm at the bottom.
Place the aubergines into your steaming bowl. I'd suggesting using a plate as water will collect at the bottom of the dish. Steam it in a dish first and then transfer to your serving dish when it's cooked.
Scoop the minced chicken into the aubergines.
Using medium-low fire, steam the aubergines for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, prepare the sauce. Take 50ml and add 1 tbsp of oyster sauce to it and allow it to dissolve thoroughly.
Mix the corn flour with 10ml of water.
Allow mixture to boil.
All the starch mixture.
Using a whisk, mix the mixture and set aside.
The steamed aubergines!
Serve in dish and add oyster sauce mixture on top of steamed aubergines.
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