Deep Fried Aubergine Andalusia Style

The deep fried crunchy aubergines go really well with a honey sauce.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 2 Prep: 10 min Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Aubergine (large) 1
Potato starch or cornflour as required
Salt as required
Vegetable oil as required
Honey as required

Method

1
Look at this lovely shiny aubergine!
2
Peel off the skin and cut into half then into strips 1cm square.
3
Put lots of water in a bowl and add some salt. Leave the aubergines soaking for 15 minutes.
4
Remove and pat dry thoroughly. Dredge with potato starch and shake off any excess.
5
Deep fry in 180C vegetable oil.
6
Arrange on a plate and drizzle over with lots of honey, it's delicious!

Tips & Note

●Fry the aubergine on a high temperature to make sure they're crunchy.
●If the temperature is too low, you definitely won't get crunchy.
●You don't need to pile up the fried aubergine, but they look really good like this.

Deep Fried Aubergine Andalusia Style

The deep fried crunchy aubergines go really well with a honey sauce.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 2

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Aubergine (large) 1
Potato starch or cornflour as required
Salt as required
Vegetable oil as required
Honey as required

Deep Fried Aubergine Andalusia Style

Recipe ID :953 Posted on 04 AUG 2015

Serves 2

Prep 10min
Cook 10min
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The deep fried crunchy aubergines go really well with a honey sauce.

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1
Look at this lovely shiny aubergine!
2
Peel off the skin and cut into half then into strips 1cm square.
3
Put lots of water in a bowl and add some salt. Leave the aubergines soaking for 15 minutes.
4
Remove and pat dry thoroughly. Dredge with potato starch and shake off any excess.
5
Deep fry in 180C vegetable oil.
6
Arrange on a plate and drizzle over with lots of honey, it's delicious!

Tips & Note

●Fry the aubergine on a high temperature to make sure they're crunchy.
●If the temperature is too low, you definitely won't get crunchy.
●You don't need to pile up the fried aubergine, but they look really good like this.

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