In summer, people tend to have a bad appetite. Eating sour and spicy dishes can make people have a good appetite. This [suanshuang eggplant] is not a lot of hot peppers. It’s not as spicy as Sichuan cuisine. Hot peppers only play a role in improving the taste, and can be eaten hot or cold. To paraphrase the slogan, “Mom doesn’t have to worry about my dinner anymore.”.


1 eggplant (purple skin, long)
Half a tomato
1 shallot
1 spoon of soy sauce
0.5 teaspoon vinegar
0.5 China spoon sesame oil
Three cloved garlic
1 spoon pickled mustard
0.5 porcelain spoon Laoganma oil chili


Step 1
Prepare the ingredients: 1 eggplant, half tomato, 2-3 cloves garlic, 1 onion

Step 2
Wash the eggplant and cut it in half. Steam it in a steamer for about 15 minutes

Step 3
During steaming eggplant, prepare other ingredients: diced tomato, chopped green onion, chopped garlic

Step 4
Steam the eggplant until soft and rotten. Turn the eggplant into strips with chopsticks

Step 5
Pour out the excess water and put the eggplant in a container

Step 6
Add the oil into the frying pan and stir fry the garlic until the oil is slightly hot

Step 7
Add the diced tomatoes and stir fry

Step 8
Until the tomatoes are mashed

Step 9
Add 1 tbsp chopped mustard

Step 10
Add 0.5 tbsp old Ganma oil and pepper

Step 11
Pour in the prepared eggplant

Step 12
Add 1 teaspoon of soy sauce

Step 13
Add 0.5 teaspoon sesame oil

Step 14
Add 0.5 teaspoon vinegar

Step 15
Sprinkle with scallion and mix well