Thursday, 20 June 2013

Slow Cooked Aubergine & Olive Stew

Now for a lighter meal, Slow Cooked Aubergine and Olive Stew! You can make this vegetarian if you have a vegetarian Worcestershire sauce at hand, if not, just omit that ingredient and add a few drops of tabasco or some extra chilli instead!

I made this a little while back, right after work when I really needed something substantial, but at the same time quite "light". This recipe makes two large portions, and are great to dip some nice bread into!

Slow Cooked Aubergine & Olive Stew
(Serves 2, about 220 calories each, stew only)


1 onion, chopped (add a few spring onions if you need to use them)
20g light butter
200-250g aubergine (1 medium), chopped
60g pitted black olives
1 fat garlic clove, finely chopped
2 tbsp red wine vinegar
500ml passata
100ml water
1 tsp dried mint
1 tsp Italian spices (oregano, basil, etc)
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp smoked paprika
A good dash of Worcestershire sauce

Crumbled feta to serve, along with pasta, rice, bread or other such things!

- Start by sautéing the chopped onion in butter, in a medium-sized pan, for about five minutes. Then add the aubergine, cover and cook for about 15 minutes.

- Mix in olives, garlic, vinegar, passata, water and seasoning. Cover and cook for a further 45-60 minutes. Season to taste, and serve with rice, pasta, bread or on its own, with crumbled feta cheese on top!

Original source:
http://www.easypeasyorganic.com/2012/02/slow-cooked-eggplant-and-olive-stew.html

- Jules

2 comments:

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    1. Hei Nina!
      Passata er rett og slett litt tynnere tomatpurê. Du finner den som regel på boks, eller små kartonger i butikken. Du kan bruke den som pasta saus om du har i litt krydder og en liten klype sukker.
      Det er også veldig godt og bruke i diverse supper, lasagne og gryte retter, som denne! :)

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