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Aubergine meatballs are easy to prepare and do not contain eggs. They can be served with a yogurt sauce.
Ingredients for the aubergine meatballs
1 large aubergine (about 400 g)
1 small onion
100 g of grated cheese
90 g of bread crumbles
2 tablespoons of parsley
1 teaspoon of salt
Pour some oil on pain and cook the onion at medium-high heat, then let it brown for some minutes. Add the aubergines cubes and keep cooking. Mix for about 10 minutes, until the mixture browns.
Pour the mixture in a bowl and mash it with an immersion blender.
Add cheese, parsley and black pepper and mix until you get a homogeneous mixture.
Add bread crumbles and mix until you get a dense mixture for the aubergine meatballs.
Let the mixture in the fridge for about 20 minutes.
Wet your hands, shape the meatballs and cook them in a pan with some oil at medium heat, for about 4 minutes for each side until they brown completely.
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