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Eggplant Fritters

Eggplant fritters can be an excellent alternative to meat fritters, while they will not be inferior in taste to traditional products. Fragrant vegetable fritters with cheese and garlic will pleasantly surprise your guests and help diversify the everyday menu. Greenery and seasonings can be varied to your taste, using what you like more. Serve ready-made fritters in hot or chilled form with sour cream, ketchup or spicy sauce. The recipe is quite simple and budget. While there are seasonal vegetables on sale, be sure to try this eggplant fritters recipe.
50 min


  • Eggplant
    800 g
  • Egg
    1 pcs
  • Cheese
    150 g
  • Bread crumbs
    50 g
  • Garlic
    2 clove
  • Olive oil
    50 ml
  • Paprika
    0.25 tsp
  • Parsley
    30 g
  • Salt
    - to taste
  • Black pepper
    - to taste


  • 1. Wash eggplants, stab with a fork, put on a baking sheet or in a heat-resistant ware for baking.
  • 2. Bake vegetables at a medium level at a temperature of 180 degrees for 25-30 minutes, depending on the size of the vegetables.
  • 3. Chill baked eggplant to room temperature, peel vegetables. Break the eggplant with a hand blender until homogeneous puree is obtained.
  • 4. Add grated hard cheese to mince for fritters.
  • 5. To keep the form of our eggplant cutlets, let’s break 1 chicken egg into the mince.
  • 6. Add salt, seasonings and finely chopped parsley to the obtained mixture. For flavor, add garlic passed through the press.
  • 7. To make the mince thicker, add breadcrumbs to it.
  • 8. Thoroughly mix, achieving a homogeneous consistence.
  • 9. With hands wetted in cold water, let’s form small-sized fritters from mince.
  • 10. Put them on a frying pan with pre-heated olive oil.
  • 11. Fry eggplant fritters to a golden brown from both sides.
  • 12. Transfer the finished sweet eggplant fritters on a plate covered with paper towels to remove excess oil. Serve eggplant fritters in a warm or chilled form, decorated with greenery.
  • 13. Bon Appetite!
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