Eggplants with chickpea flour

Eggplants with chickpea flour. The battered and fried aubergines are delicious, I like them a lot, the pity is that it is a bomb since they suck a lot of oil and you should not abuse, they can also be prepared in the oven, but it is not the same.
Eggplants can be cooked in many ways, fried, in sauce, stuffed…. The aubergines with chickpea flour It is a very good accompaniment to any meat or fish dish. Also as a starter or an aperitif. They are very good with chickpea flour, they are crisp and rich.
Chickpea flourIt is suitable for celiacs, so it can be eaten by people who cannot take gluten.
Encourage yourself to try them, you will surely like them and you will repeat them again.

Eggplants with chickpea flour
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Recipe type: Vegetables
Rations: 4
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Ingredients
  • 2 eggplants
  • 2 eggs
  • Chickpea flour
  • Salt
  • Olive oil
Preparation
  1. To prepare the aubergines with chickpea flour, we first wash the aubergines well under the tap, cut the aubergine into slices and put them on a plate or drainer with a little salt. This is to release the water that makes it bitter. We leave them for about 30 minutes, when this time has passed we dry them with kitchen paper.
  2. In two plates we divide the chickpea flour in one and in another we beat the eggs.
  3. We put a frying pan with plenty of oil over medium heat. While we pass the slices through the egg and then through the flour.
  4. When the oil is hot, we will fry the slices of aubergines.
  5. Once they are golden on both sides, we take them out and we will put them on a plate where we will have kitchen paper.
  6. When they are all serve them hot.

 


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  1.   Adriana said

    Cool!! Have you ever baked them instead of fried? Go well?