April 21, 2019
Simple, super easy to prepare, healthy, and most of all, YUMMY.
This is another traditional Japanese mom’s recipe. Recently, it’s drawing attention as a vegan side dish in the Western style eating habits, too.
There are many people who don’t like eggplants, or don’t know their real values. They think eggplants are bitter, insipid, sometimes hard and sometimes spongy, mysterious stuff.
But when cooked properly, they taste incredible. And, it’s super easy to cook them “properly”. When combined with the Miso (fermented soybean paste) sauce, you’ll be surprised by the rich taste and flavor.
Can’t find the Japanese eggplants like in the photo? Don’t worry. The recipe works for any variety of .
Here’s the recipe.
The appearance is simple. But it stands out when presented on the gorgeous Urushi Glass Plates.
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Japanese mom's recipe series 004:
Grilled Japanese Eggplant with Miso Sauce on Syosaku Urushi Glass Flat Dinner Plate Vermilion with Gold Leaf, Dishwasher Safe.
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