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Katsu Aubergine, also known as Nasu Katsu, is a popular Japanese dish that features breaded and fried slices of eggplant. The eggplant is typically sliced lengthwise, then coated in flour, egg, and panko breadcrumbs before being deep-fried until crispy. It is often served with a thick and savory sauce, such as tonkatsu sauce or Worcestershire sauce. Katsu Aubergine can be enjoyed on its own as an appetizer or snack, or served as a main dish alongside rice and other side dishes. It is a vegetarian-friendly alternative to traditional Katsu dishes that feature meat, such as chicken or pork.

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