Vegan Teriyaki Grilled Eggplant #vegandinner #vegetarian

Vegan Teriyaki Grilled Eggplant #vegandinner #vegetarian

Fulfill your teriyaki longings with this light and low-carb flame broiled eggplant! Immaculate as a vegetarian side dish to match with sautéed food cauli-rice or skillet singed tofu, this speedy and basic veggie puts an Asian turn on one of my preferred veggies: the eggplant.

Teriyaki was constantly one of my go-to orders when eating at a sushi café. Regardless of whether it was teriyaki fricasseed tofu or only a plate of teriyaki vegetables, I generally felt like I was settling on a more beneficial decision, until I understood exactly how much sugar went into the sauce I adored to such an extent. I was so energized when I endeavored to copy the sauce utilizing fluid aminos and swerve and the taste was similarly as I recollected.

Fluid aminos is a soy sauce elective that is without gluten and contains 16 of the 20 amino acids that make a total protein. Despite the fact that it won't include a lot of protein to your eating regimen, it is an extraordinary expansion for veggie lovers and vegetarians as a flavor enhancer and increase in basic amino acids. It's a flavorful sidekick in everything from serving of mixed greens dressings to marinades and soups!

This sauce is genuinely slim and is even more a marinade than a customary teriyaki sauce. Since the eggplant is over and again brushed in the sauce, it absorbs all the flavor while caramelizing outwardly. You can set up this on an outside barbecue fixed with foil or on the off chance that you live in a spot where flame broiling is unthinkable, a ledge electric flame broil works extraordinary.


Vegan Teriyaki Grilled Eggplant #vegandinner #vegetarian

The Preparation

  • 1/4 cup sesame oil
  • 1/2 cup liquid aminos
  • 2 cloves garlic, peeled and pressed
  • 1 tablespoon ground ginger
  • 2 tablespoons granulated swerve
  • 2 medium eggplants
  • 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds

The Execution

  1. Combine sesame oil, liquid aminos, garlic, ginger, and swerve into a sauce pan and whisk together over medium heat.
  2. Bring the sauce to a light simmer, stirring frequently until it begins to thicken slightly. Remove from heat.
  3. Remove the stems from the eggplants and slice into 1/8 in slices. You will get approximately five full slices from each eggplant for a total of ten slices.
  4. Brush each slice of eggplant with the teriyaki sauce and place on a hot grill.
  5. Sear each side, brushing with more sauce as it caramelizes.
  6. Garnish with toasted sesame seeds and serve with remaining sauce.

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