4 Reviews

Interesting recipe. Thank you Melting Pot.
The eggplants came quite raw to my taste, So I've put them into a heated oven for 10 minutes to give them the crisp I like.
I also think this sauce would be great for chicken in oven recipe after marinading the chicken in it for a while.

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fish72 March 06, 2012

Hi MP This was pretty good. I followed the recipe except omitting the sugar as there is corn syrup in the rice vinegar. I steamed them over some a recipe for cabbage rolls. VEry nice. Thank you for the recipe Judy in WA

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godbreathed01 July 26, 2009

I've never steamed eggplant before, but I definitely will be doing it again! I used a microwave steamer basket. Since I used lite soy sauce, I was surprised at how salty I found this -- maybe TOO salty, and I rarely say that!! But then I thought it might be because I salted the slices and let them sweat before I steamed them, so maybe I just didn't do a good job of washing off the salt. I used brown rice vinegar and Splenda in place of the sugar. It was a delightful recipe. Thanks for posting!

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brokenburner February 28, 2009

Wow - we absolutely loved this. Followed the recipe exactly and it was delicious. Maybe I would reduce the garlic slightly (I may have had a heavy hand though!!!). So nice to have a fresh, light eggplant dish as normally eggplant requires a lot of oil to get the soft texture. Beautiful. Thanx

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Wendy's Kitchen September 28, 2007
Steamed Eggplant With Garlic and Chilli