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by Thao Le

Today, vegetarian food is incredibly popular among a large number of people, owing to its accessibility and variety of cooking methods. To give your daily food a unique flavor, it's important to explore and develop new vegetarian dishes.

Thus, Vegan Sauteed Eggplant is one of the most recent vegetarian dishes that and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi) would like to share with you today. In-home cuisine, eggplant is a delightful and flexible side dish. The eggplant's distinctive purple color provides several health advantages, including iron and calcium, which nourish and improve circulation, build blood vessels, and help regulate blood pressure.

At home, eggplants may be transformed into a variety of appetizing and attractive dishes. Vegan Sauteed Eggplant, on the other hand, is one of those delectable vegetarian recipes that you can whip up quickly and easily at home. Allow us to support you in adding this fresh and delectable sautéed eggplant dish to your menu. Let’s begin with the recipe that follows!

Total Time
15 mins

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Ingredients for 2 Servings

  • 2
    Eggplant (slice lengthwise in half)


  • Preparation Time
    10 mins
  • Cooking Time
    5 mins
  • Total Time
    15 mins

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  2. Heat a little bit of olive oil in a pan over low heat. Add the eggplant and sauté, flipping both sides to ensure equal heating.
  3. After sautéing the eggplant, peel it and sprinkle with crushed peanuts and toasted sesame salt.
  4. Note: Due to eggplant's natural sweetness and waxy flavor, it does not require much seasoning.
  5. You may either dip the eggplants in soy sauce, which is also delicious or sprinkle a bit of salt over the eggplants during the sautéing process for extra flavor.


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You may serve Vegan Sauteed Eggplant to your family on a vegetarian diet by following a few simple steps. and Food Blogger Duong Yen Nhi (Accnhi) thinks seasoning is not necessary for eggplant because it's naturally sweet and tasty.

Alternatively, you can serve them with soy sauce, which is pretty delicious, or add a pinch of salt to the eggplant when sautéing.

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