This is such a simple Filipino food. I usually eat this for breakfast with diced up tomatoes and steam rice but eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables that I can eat this dish for lunch and dinner also. This dish can be very simple and additional ingredients can be added. I just used the basic ingredients for simplicity. You can always add more ingredients (i.e. tomatoes, onions, ground beef, etc) to make it fancy. Basically, add ingredients based on what you like in your omelette.
1 Chinese eggplant
1 TSP of cooking oil
salt and pepper to taste
Roast the skin. Basically, this can be done in many ways whether it is on a grill, gas burner, or oven. i broil the skin in the oven until the skin is wrinkled (or burnt) and easy to be peeled off.
Carefully peel off the skin.
In a baking dish or in a bowl, whisk the eggs till scrambled. Season with salt and pepper.
Put the eggplant in the dish/bowl and flatten the eggplant with a fork. Don’t flat the eggplant too thin or it will tear apart.
In a frying pan (large enough for the eggplant), heat the cooking oil.
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