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Tortang Talong by VintageWarmth Tortang Talong by VintageWarmth
Eggplant Fritters (Tortang Talong) that I and my mother made it for lunch. I am a fan of fritters / egg dishes. :D
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chef-chad Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Nom!
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VintageWarmth Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014   General Artist
Haha! Sure. :) I will take that as a compliment. I found this recipe for eggplant omelette/fritters from this website: food52.com/blog/8291-lolo-and-…  Although, I modified this recipe since I am not a fan of too much oyster sauce on fritters since they are way too salty for me so I reduced the amount of seasoning according to my taste but it depends on your taste so you can adjust it. You can put some melted cheese on the top if you like that couldn't hurt (my way) :D

Make sure you choose the chinese eggplant. Chinese eggplants are easier to mash the flesh compared to aubergines. I  am not sure if you have these in your country.

Thanks for asking. Let me know how they turned out: :D
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PuzzledHeartBox Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014
I'm going to side with hail-the-oblivious, gives us your recipe :icondroolplz:
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VintageWarmth Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014   General Artist
sorry. ignore my previous wrong link. I meant this one with full recipe: food52.com/recipes/23933-torta… :D

You can also add with cooked and browned chopped onions in egg mixture before you make omelette to add little sweetness to reduce the saltiness. 
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PuzzledHeartBox Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
Printed it out for future use :dummy:
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VintageWarmth Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014   General Artist
Haha! Sure.  I will take that as a compliment. I found this recipe for eggplant omelette/fritters from this website: food52.com/blog/8291-lolo-and-…  Although, I modified this recipe since I am not a fan of too much oyster sauce on fritters since they are way too salty for me so I reduced the amount of seasoning according to my taste but it depends on your taste so you can adjust it. You can put some melted cheese on the top if you like that couldn't hurt (my way) :D (Big Grin)

Make sure you choose the chinese eggplant. Chinese eggplants are easier to mash the flesh compared to aubergines. I  am not sure if you have these in your country.

Thanks for asking. Let me know how they turned out: :D (Big Grin)
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PuzzledHeartBox Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
I'm unsure about Chinese eggplants but we do have aubergines.
So for now we'll be using those.

Could I replace the oyster sauce with some light soy sauce, 
and for the seasoning I'd just take out the salt and stick to pepper?(black or white pepper?)
I'm definitely adding cheese, it'll be savory, heavy and so delicious.
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hail-the-oblivious Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
omg tell me how to make these pleaaaaaaaaseeeeeeeeee
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VintageWarmth Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014   General Artist
Haha! Sure.  I will take that as a compliment. I found this recipe for eggplant omelette/fritters from this website: food52.com/blog/8291-lolo-and-…  Although, I modified this recipe since I am not a fan of too much oyster sauce on fritters since they are way too salty for me so I reduced the amount of seasoning according to my taste but it depends on your taste so you can adjust it. You can put some melted cheese on the top if you like that couldn't hurt (my way) :D (Big Grin)

Make sure you choose the chinese eggplant. Chinese eggplants are easier to mash the flesh compared to aubergines. I  am not sure if you have these in your country.

Thanks for asking. Let me know how they turned out: :D (Big Grin)
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hail-the-oblivious Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:la: awesomeee I'm going to give it a shot
No idea what kind of eggplants we have here... the eggplants we have surely doesnt look like chinese ones though. I'll try regardless and report back if I make them :la:
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