Sautéed Japanese Eggplant

If you’re looking for a savory eggplant dish, look no further than this sauteed Japanese eggplant! It’s quick, easy to make, and is packed with flavor. The eggplants are cooked until tender, then seasoned with a ginger, miso, and sesame sauce that is simply irresistible.

What Is A Japanese Eggplant?

Japanese eggplant, called ‘nasu‘ in Japanese, is a type of eggplant that is long and slender, with a thin, dark purple skin. They have a milder and slightly sweeter flavor than regular eggplants.

Key Ingredients:

Japanese Eggplant Shiitake Mushrooms Fresh Ginger White Miso Paste


Cook the eggplants and saute until the eggplants are tender.  Remove the eggplants from the skillet and slice them. Add the scallions, mushrooms, and ginger, cook until the vegetables are tender. Whisk together the miso paste, sesame oil, and soy sauce. Add the sauce to the skillet, along with the eggplants





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