Ratatouille is a classic French recipe for boiled vegetables that is usually served as a delicious side dish that can be hot or cold. The dish is very reminiscent of a vegetable stir-fry, but has a more eye-catching and attractive presentation.
Here in my house, for example, we love roasted ratatouille, especially when served with succulent grilled meat and a generous portion of White rice.
This is because in addition to ensuring a more delicious and beautiful mixture, the ingredients also make the meal more sophisticated and attractive.
So if you've tried the delicacy, but never tried serving it at home, to innovate your menu and make the meal look more sophisticated, the time is now.
Well, just take a look at the recipe below and I'm sure your next lunch or dinner will be more colorful and delicious.
- 2 zucchinis,
- 2 eggplants,
- 2 onions,
- 3 tomatoes,
- 1 green pepper,
- 1 yellow pepper,
- 1 red pepper,
- olive oil to taste,
- rosemary to taste,
- Basil to taste,
- crushed garlic to taste,
- salt to taste,
- blonde to taste,
- Tomato Sauce August
How to prepare Ratatouille
- Wash and cut all the vegetables into thin slices and remove the seeds.
- Then cover the bottom of a form or roast with the tomato sauce.
- Then place the interspersed vegetable slices vertically.
- Now just sprinkle some garlic, salt and rosemary over the vegetables.
- Then drizzle with a little oil and cover with parchment paper or aluminum foil.
- Finally, put it in the oven for 40 minutes at 180°C.
To make an authentic ratatouille, the ideal is to put the tomato sauce underneath, before the vegetables, as indicated in the recipe, so your dish will be succulent, but without having a very characteristic flavor just from tomato sauce.
- Average preparation time: 60 minutes
- Average yield: 10 servings
Now that you've learned how to make ratatouille, how about getting to know other recipes for very practical and tasty dishes and desserts that we have here on the My Recipes blog? We have many amazing options to make your day much better.