This is steamed eggplant Chinese style, but I would also like to try steamed eggplant Korean style. Easy Steamed Eggplant Chinese Style. Heat the oil in a wok until shimmering. The eggplant is sweet, tender, and so flavorful cooked in a soy sauce oil that is flavored with ginger, garlic, and red Thai peppers. At the mean time, heat up wok and 3 tablespoons of oil. Cut or snap the eggplants into 5 cm pieces. https://greatchefrecipes.com/sauteed-chinese-eggplant-recipe For vegan readers, you can simply skip minced pork or try this eggplants with garlic sauce. If you have a great recipe for that, leave a comment below on this page! Chinese eggplant the skin is thinner, less seeds and less bitter compare to regular grocery eggplant. Add the eggplants in wok and fry over middle fire. Stir from time to time but do not move the eggplants frequently. Chinese Szechuan Stir-Fried Eggplant in a Spicy Garlic Sauce is seriously the most amazing side dish to go along with white rice ever. Here's a flavor bomb you won't want to miss - Spicy Chinese Eggplant with Szechuan Sauce -a tasty, easy vegan dinner recipe you can serve over rice, cauliflower rice, rice noodles, black rice or even quinoa! I would love to try it out. Chinese eggplants with minced pork and spicy garlic sauce is a humble and popular dish in Chinese kitchen.A small amount of minced pork can greatly improve the taste of eggplants, which can rich the layers of a humble eggplant stir-fry. Add the chilli and garlic and Hang on, there might be a slight problem here. Calling all you Eggplant lovers out there! In order to make a delicious and spicy pork and eggplant Chinese dish, I do not use regular eggplant because of thicker skin and bitter taste.