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Baked Tortang Talong (Baked Eggplant Omelette)

Tortang talong or eggplant omelette is a Filipino dish that can be eaten on breakfast, lunch and dinner.  It can be served as main course or a side dish. In the Philippines, I used to dipped it in banana ketchup, but now I like it also with sweet chili sauce.  I learned to cook it from my mother.  I love cooking it because my husband likes it.


1 large eggplant4 large eggs1 tablespoon of soysauceground black pepper to taste2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil for fryingMethod:
Grill the eggplant directly in the cooking stove with wire rack in moderately high heat until charred in all sides and when the eggplant is tender enough, this would take approximately 30 minutes. Remove from the heat , let it rest. Then peel the skin using kitchen tong. Set aside. In a bowl beat the eggs and seasoned with soy sauce and freshly ground black pepper.Preheat the oven in 180 C (fan forced).Dip the peeled eggplant in the egg mixture then flatten it by using fork. Set aside.Heat the …

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