According to a Korean proverb “what looks good is also delicious”
Korean food is considered one of the best in the world, for several reasons, the variety of its dishes, the quality of its ingredients, with high nutritional value and rich in vitamins and fiber.
Korean women maintain their beautiful figure thanks to the daily consumption of foods such as chili, radishes, garlic and sweet potatoes.
They are also heavy consumers of green tea. They take it regularly throughout the day, either hot or cold. The slimming virtues of green tea are well known. Rich in theine, it allows them to burn calories and acts as an effective natural appetite suppressant, thanks to which they avoid eating between meals.
Soy is a fundamental part of the diet of Korean women. They consume it very regularly in all its forms (seeds, tofu, cheese, milk, cream, yogurt, ice cream) to maintain their ideal weight. It is very rich in protein, is composed of eight amino acids and contains calcium, nutrients that show that it is a really healthy food. In addition to not having cholesterol, it has less fat than meat products and also provides omegas 3 and 6, components that reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Today we will show you a very simple recipe, based on eggplant, with ingredients that are very easy to find
2 aubergines washed
2 garlic cloves, grated
2 grated fresh ginger
1 green stalk of fresh onion cut into small pieces
2 tablespoons of soy
1 tablespoon of sesame oil
1 tablespoon of sesame seeds
How to prepare:
1.Cut the aubergines into thick slices in their length and then cut those slices into 3
2. Steam the aubergines for about 15 minutes until very tender. Reserve them, let them cool down and add all the water.
3. In a large bowl, add the grated garlic, ginger, soy and sesame oil.
4..Pour the aubergines in the bowl and let them soak in the mixture.
5. Heat a skillet over medium heat and add the aubergines to the pan, without liquid or oil. Round and round and reserve in a bowl.
6. Let cool and serve with the onion stalk pieces and sesame seeds