Grilled Eggplants in Garlic Oyster Sauce

Grilled Eggplants in Garlic Oyster Sauce Wide

When I first saw this Asian eggplant with garlic oyster Sauce at Bams Kitchen I told myself I got to do that one as I am a big fan of vegetables dressed with oyster sauce. It’s simple, quick to make and most importantly yummy. I made some minor changes like grilling the eggplants for that smoky flavour and here is my version, thanks Bam!


2 pcs eggplant (Asian eggplant preferably, I used the non-Asian ones in this post)
peanut oil
1/4 cup oyster sauce
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp sesame oil
2 tbsp fried garlic + some for garnishing
1 tsp brown sugar


1. Slice the eggplants into one inch slices.
2. Brush surface of eggplants with some peanut oil then grill in low heat until it’s cooked.
3. Mix together oyster sauce, water, sesame oil, fried garlic and brown sugar bring to a boil then simmer until sauce thickens.
4. Place eggplants in a serving plate then pour sauce on top. Garnish with fried garlic then serve.

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25 thoughts on “Grilled Eggplants in Garlic Oyster Sauce

  1. Great way to prepare eggplant…like the oyster sauce…simple and yet so tasty.
    Hope you are having a great week Raymund :)

  2. Boy, my Easter menus are taking a beating after some of the fabulous suggestions in the box this morning! This certainly is one of them: and, yes, I usually grill them too :) ! Happy Easter to you and yours!!

  3. Hello Ray, your grilled Asian eggplant is just beautiful and topped with fried garlic. You can never go wrong with a little fried garlic! Delicious! I can’t wait to give your recipe a try. Thank you kindly for the mention. Take care and have a super weekend. BAM

  4. I did promise I’d finally stop by and so here I am, and boy am I glad I dropped in on this one! I’m a massive aubergine fan (or eggplants as some say) and this actually reminds me a lot of a dish served in my favourite Chinese restaurant. Thanks for sharing Raymund – it looks really nice and I’ll be giving it a try soon! :)

  5. Tried this tonight – I added baby bok choy and topped it with steamed bean sprouts. Yummy, even my husband cleaned his plate! Thanks!

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