Fried Eggplant Bites

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    These fried eggplant bites are …divine. Who knows me (or have read some more posts) knows that I rarely fry. It is really difficult that I cook something that has to be deep fried. So, if I decided to fry, it means it really deserves it.

    It is true that we love eggplants. It is always on my grocery list. I always have some at home, even when they are not in their best season. So I am always trying new recipes and new ways to serve them.

    The fried eggplant bites are a perfect starter when you’re hungry – my son ate all his portion before even seating at the table to have lunch ;-). This recipe puts together the best of eggplants and the wonderful taste of deep fry. They absorb little oil as their crust remain crispy and not heavy at all.

    I have found this recipe on the blog Pure Wow, but I admit I have not measured the ingredients with precision. Just consider that you need a need more of bread crumbs than grated cheese and you need eggs based on the quantity you’re cooking.

    Here you have a single portion recipe, that is for 1 person. Just multiply for as many as you are.

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    Ingredients:

    1 small to medium eggplant

    1 egg

    3 Tbsp of all purpose flour

    3 Tbsp of grated Parmesan cheese

    5 Tbsp of bread crumbs

    salt

    pepper

    oil to fry

    Instructions:

    Wash the eggplant and cut it in cubes of less than 1 inch.

    Put the flour into one bowl, the egg (lightly beaten) in another bowl and the breadcrumbs and grated cheese in another one. Add salt and pepper to the breadcrumbs-cheese mixture.

    Put abundant oil into a frying pan and turn on the gas.

    Take the eggplant cubes and pass them on the flour, then on the eggs mixture and at last on the breadcrumbs-cheese mix.

    Fry in small batches (the secret to have them crispy) and put on absorbent paper before serving.

    Buon appetito!

     

     

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