Pickled Aubergine

A lovely colour and looks good in a lunchbox.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)
Serves 4 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Aubergine 1
Turnip 1
Cucumber 1/4
Ginger 1 cm
Shiso herbs 10 leaves
Sea salt as required
Rice vinegar 5 tbsp
Light brown sugar 2 tbsp

Method

1
Cut the aubergine and turnip into quarter lengths then in slices 3-4mm thick. Slice the cucumber in half lengthways and remove the seeds. Slice it thinly. Finely cut the ginger into strips.
2
Wash the shiso herbs in salted water, then squeeze and finely shred.
3
Add more salt onto Steps 1 & 2 and leave for a while. Drain and remove water.
4
Mix the rice vinegar and brown sugar, ginger and shiso herbs together then add to Step 1 and mix well.

Tips & Note

Pickled Aubergine

A lovely colour and looks good in a lunchbox.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)

Serves 4

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Aubergine 1
Turnip 1
Cucumber 1/4
Ginger 1 cm
Shiso herbs 10 leaves
Sea salt as required
Rice vinegar 5 tbsp
Light brown sugar 2 tbsp

Pickled Aubergine

Recipe ID :738 Posted on 08 JUN 2015

Serves 4

Cook 15min
views 4,869
printed 248

saved 2

A lovely colour and looks good in a lunchbox.

Share

Ingredients

Print Ingredients Email Ingredients
1
1
1/4
1 cm
10 leaves
as required
5 tbsp
2 tbsp

Method

Cook
15min
1
Cut the aubergine and turnip into quarter lengths then in slices 3-4mm thick. Slice the cucumber in half lengthways and remove the seeds. Slice it thinly. Finely cut the ginger into strips.
2
Wash the shiso herbs in salted water, then squeeze and finely shred.
3
Add more salt onto Steps 1 & 2 and leave for a while. Drain and remove water.
4
Mix the rice vinegar and brown sugar, ginger and shiso herbs together then add to Step 1 and mix well.
PRO
Nagomi Kitchen
I’ve got 73 recipes!

NAGOMI KITCHEN
Step into my kitchen!
The sweetness of the chickpeas means the kids will love it.
Your favourite minced meat (pork or beef), Tinned chickpeas, Onion (large), Carrot (small), Garlic, Ginger, Green pepper, Raisins, Seasoning:, Chicken stock cube, Curry paste , Worcester sauce, Salt & pepper
PRO
It's a lovely marshmallowy texture.
Tapioca starch, Or arrowroot, Golden caster sugar, Water, Soya bean powder sugar:, Equal mix of golden caster sugar and soya bean powder
PRO
Good for a light bite or a bento lunchbox.
Pickled young spring greens , Natto, Egg, Ginger, Cooked rice, Soy sauce, Spring onions, Bonito flakes if you like
PRO
This goes well with rice or pasta.
Uncooked octopus, Or cooked octopus, Potatoes, Garlic, Onion, Olive oil, White wine (or rose), Tinned tomatoes, Bay leaf, Paprika powder, Sea salt, Black pepper, Olives (if you like), Flat leaf parsley (finely chopped for the garnish)
PRO
Nice and tasty for when you don't have much appetite.
Turnips (large), Tinned white crab meat , Dashi stock, Sake, Mirin, Light soy sauce, Sea salt, Potato starch or cornflour in a bit of water
PRO
Super easy cooked in a microwave, eat it at least once every summer!
Aubergine, Spring onion, Leek, Sauce:, Light soy sauce, Rice vinegar, Light brown sugar, Sesame oil, Chinese chilli bean sauce, Garlic, Salt
PRO

Comment


Upload your
“I made it!!” photo

Similar Recipe

You normally fry aubergines, but in this recipe, you microwave them - it's very quick, easy and healthy.
Aubergine, Garlic, Butter, Soy sauce, Chilli flakes (optional), Bonito flakes, Sauce:
It only takes 10 minutes to make this dish, quick as a flash.
French beans, Baby plum tomatoes, Salt for boiling, Sweet miso vinegar:, Your favourite miso paste, Sushi vinegar, Sugar, Dashi powder, White sesame seeds
This is a side dish that can be made in 5 minutes. Its fresh crunchiness and umami of the salty seaweed will stimulate your appetite! It's less than 25kcal for 100g (one person's serving), so it's ideal for those who are dieting.
Beansprouts, Cucumber (7cm), Kombu seaweed
Super easy cooked in a microwave, eat it at least once every summer!
Aubergine, Spring onion, Leek, Sauce:, Light soy sauce, Rice vinegar, Light brown sugar, Sesame oil, Chinese chilli bean sauce, Garlic, Salt
The colourful peppers absorb the lovely flavours of the marinade.
Peppers (any colour), Vinegar, Soy sauce, Sesame oil, Sugar
himawari
HOME
A light and refreshing vegetable side dish with a fiery kick of wasabi dressing.
Choi sum bunch, Salt, Vegetable oil for boiling, Dashi stock (or fish stock), Soy sauce, Wasabi (tube), Sesame seeds

All New Recipes

A very kid-friendly recipe that is going to bring joy to those little hearts. Made with a few simple ingredients and can be done in less than an hour. View more details here: https://www.myweekendplan.asia/easy-chocolate-cake/
Self-raising flour (sifted), Cocoa (sifted), Caster sugar, Butter (softened), Milk, Eggs (lightly beaten)
All you have to do is pour the sweet and sour leek sauce onto deep fried chicken, both easy and delicious.
Chicken pieces (breast or thigh), Leek, Soy sauce, Sake (or white wine), Ginger (grated), Egg yolk, Corn starch, Vegetable oil, 【Leek Sauce】, Vinegar, Mirin, Sugar, Garlic (finely chopped), Sesame oil
Tobuchan
HOME
The only effort required is shredding the cabbage. Once you've cleared that, all you have to do is add the sauce and mix well into the cabbage. The result is amazingly delicious.
Cabbage (sweetheart), Tuna (in oil tin 140g), Salt, Soy sauce, Sugar, Vinegar, crushed sesame seeds, Sesame seeds, Chilli powder
KitchenCIB
HOME
I put a lot of my favourite broccoli in my favourite bulgogi, it's a delicious sweet and spicy sauce.
Broccoli, Onion, Beef (for steak), Carrot, Garlic, Ginger, Spring onions, Salt (for boiling broccoli), Soy sauce, Sugar, Sesame oil, Soy sauce for finishing, Crushed sesame seeds
KitchenCIB
HOME
Traditional cuisine from Alsace, France. Originally fermented cabbage was a preserved food. Sour cabbage is often eaten in Alsace and Germany, once you get used to it, you'll be addicted to it!
Cabbage (sweetheart), Onion, Sausages, Bacon rashers, Garlic, Olive oil, Salt and pepper, White wine, White wine vinegar, Cumin (if you have), Bay leaf (if you have), Wholegrain mustard
It's similar to a Ratatouille in France, but the point is that caponata is sweet and sour with sugar and vinegar. It is best to put it on bread and eat it.
Aubergine, Tomatoes (medium), Onion, Garlic, Capers, Olives (green), Olive oil, Salt and pepper, Fresh chilli, Sugar, Vinegar, Basil