So, prepare the eggplant in tomato sauce.
I take ten large aubergines (4,5 ... 5 kilograms), wash well (you can even soak in a large basin for a couple of hours), cut the tailss.
I cut it in thick slices with peel.
In a large bowl put layers of them and each of them abundantly pour coarse salt. So almost all the bitterness of them will go out.
So – layer by layer. A full pot.
I set aside for a couple of hours (aubergines plentifully let juice), and I cook other vegetables. You can press them with oppression, but I didn't make it (just forgot this time), and all the same it turned out very and very worthy eggplants in tomato.
Five large Bulgarian peppers, about 1.5 kilograms, cut into halves and clean the core and seeds. Generally, to save time and effort (still, I know what happens), all the ingredients I was multiplied by two. But you, making a test batch of these eggplants in tomato sauce, can do exactly recipe.
1.5 pounds ripe, juicy tomatoes (take any, even not very fresh, they still will go entirely to the juice) wash, cut,
and pass through the juicer. Through it we pass and all the sweet peppers.
In a large cauldron (I have such, marching), we put to boil our dense tomato-pepper mass.
When it boils, add to it:
* 100 grams (half a Cup) of vegetable oil;
* One glass of sugar;
• A tablespoon with a hill of salt;
* Juice of half a lemon or a teaspoon of citric acid;
* Three cloves and five balls of allspice.
Again bring it to boil and so cook for another five minutes.
Aubergines well press. With juice gone, and all unnecessary bitterness.
Fill the eggplants with tomato mixture and after boiling, on a small fire, under a lid, boil them for another 15 ... 20 minutes.
Then put the eggplant to the cans, fill them with tomato,
and put to sterilize for 15 minutes after boiling.
Roll up with lids and store our eggplants in tomato at room temperature. Thanks to sterilization, they will not explode.
The only advice: cans should stand for at least a couple of months. So the taste will be homogeneous and saturated as much as possible, and not all components separately.
Enjoy your meal.