Tortang Talong (Aubergine Omelette)

Here’s a quick recipe you can make any time of the day. I’m a very busy Mama of 2 little girls and sometimes I don’t have much time to cook in the morning but I need something delicious to start my day.

It took me 15 minutes to make this and I scoffed it in 5 minutes then I’m off to do some work. 

Tortang Talong (Aubergine Omelette)

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Serves: 1-2 Cooking Time: 15mins


  • 1 Medium aubergine
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 2 salad tomatoes
  • small bunch of coriander
  • 2 tbsp cooking oil
  • 3 tbsp soy sauce
  • 3 tbsp vinegar
  • salt
  • pepper
  • Cooked jasmine rice (optional)



Wash aubergine under the tap and poke some holes using a fork


Place the aubergine in a plate and put it in the microwave for 9.30 - 10 minutes or until it's soft


While waiting for the aubergine to cook, prepare your eggs


Break 2 eggs into a bowl, add salt & pepper and mix well, put it aside for later


When the aubergine is soft to touch leave it to cool down


Once cooled peel the skin off, mash the aubergine, add your egg mixture and mix them together


On medium heat, heat some oil into a pan


Add your aubergine mixture and fry both sides until golden brown


Take it out of the pan on a clean plate


Chop your tomatoes, put your sauces into a small bowl and keep it on the side


Add the tomatoes and coriander to your aubergine omelette either on top or on the side which ever you prefer. Pour some sauce to your omelette or keep it on the side to dip your omelette


Serve with rice if you want or as it is

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