Growing up in the Chinese culture, food isn’t just our daily sustenance, it does have a more profound meaning in our lives. It is the token of love. It is about sharing, connection, comfort and compassion. Like love, it is beyond words sometimes. What is food for you?
Mum had serious gout attacks when she visited me last year, which was caused by a buildup of uric acid in the blood. She was told by the doctor to reduce her meat intake. This dish was one of my attempts to show her that a vegetarian diet can be interesting and tasty.
I am struggling to name this dish. If you fancy Chinese flavours, sprinkle a bit of soy source before you serve the dish. Otherwise try some olive oil, parsley and parmesan cheese and the dish could be Italian.
- one or two potato
- one eggplant
- one capsicum
- half an onion
- one tomato
- three cloves of garlic
- 100ml cooking oil for deep fry
- 3 tablespoons of olive oil
- parsley (optional)
- Parmesan cheese (optional)
- Deep fry one cubed potato, an eggplant, a capsicum and half an onion until lightly browned,
- Medium heat a non-stick pan, pour in 3 tablespoons of olive oil, add three chopped cloves of garlic, some salt, toss for a minute,
- Add one chopped tomato, and the deep fried vegies, mix and cook for 3-4 minutes until the tomato softens,
- Serve sprinkled with the chopped herbs and parmesan cheese if you like.
- 放入切好的西红柿和油炸过的蔬菜，翻炒， 直到西红柿全熟，
- 起盘后加入parsley 或者芫荽 和parmesan 起司。
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