Fried Crusted Brinjal Roll

Do these look like some yummy vegetables to you ? This creation is certainly best to cheat the non veggie eaters especially the carnivores. Well, it does work out quite good especially for kids and teenagers and even adults. haha... The result has proved it well. My kids finished up almost 90% of them. I have never seen them taken so much brinjal before this. Yeap...biggest surprise ever. Come on ! Lets go to the recipe.

Ingredients :
2 medium size brinjal/eggplant, thinkly sliced
1 egg, beatened
300gm  homemade fish paste
1-1/2 cup bread crumb
2 TB  tapioca starch

Method :
(1) spread fish paste to sliced brinjal then simply roll it up like making a swiss roll.
(2) after completed, sprinkle on tapioca starch and run rolled brinjal through beaten egg then coat with bread crumb.
(3) finally, fried till golden brown & serve.

Looks how thin can the brinjal slices get ! Thanks to the peeler that Elin sent me 2-3 years back. Ya...still brand new. Guess, it considered as an open ceremony ! haha....

Don't worried ! It wasn't messy as you think.The whole process only taken me less than an hour.

Well, do you think its all worth to give it a try ??? By the way, don't forget to enter the giveaway contest which will be ended by 28th of June. Good luck guys & have a great week ahead.


  1. Hi Kristy, very interesting recipe. It look so appetizing and delicious. If you offer to me, I sure will not hesitate to take 4 pieces at one go. LOL

    Have a nice week ahead, regards.

  2. These eggplant rolls look mouthwatering! Love the fish paste filling.

  3. wow, this looks bery bery yummy! Thanks for sharing :)

  4. Looks so appetising! Would love to have some.

  5. These are so adorable! I love the swirl....

  6. I've never eaten brinjal fried in this manner. Looks so good no wonder your kids love them. I don't mind trying one roll too!

  7. Wow looks terrific... Drooling here

  8. this is creative kristy..makes a good finger food too!


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