Terung asam as the locals call this. Rich in vitamin, it can be stir fried with other vegetables or sardin, or cook in soup.
I rarely buy and cook it at home but if I see people serving in economy rice stall, I do not mind buying to go with my rice.
It happened that my man bought home 3 of this terung assam last week. They were still green then so I kept them under room temperature before decided on how to cook them.
Over the weekend they turned yellowish and ready to be cooked. So here was how I cooked them. Simple and no hassle.