Ratatouille

(raa tuh TOO ee) A savory vegetable stew or casserole that typically includes eggplant, tomatoes, summer squash, onions, and green peppers.

Recipes

  1. Ratatouille Pizza

    Italian ratatouille (ra-tuh-TOO-ee) contains just about every vegetable from your garden. Here it's used as a sauce for this colorful pizza.

  2. Ratatouille a la Casablancaise

    Ratatouille - a cooked eggplant and tomato dish combined with other seasonal vegetables and olive oil - has many regional variations. This one is made with cinnamon, a signature spice in Moroccan cooking. Try it as an appetizer with bread or as a sandwich filling.

  3. Ratatouille with Lentils

    Add lentils to the traditional ratatouille recipe to make it a vegetarian main dish. And it's easy and convenient because it's made in the slow cooker.

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Articles

  1. Grilled Ratatouille : A Summer Twist on a French Classic

    Wed, 13 Aug 2014

    Ratatouille is the perfect summer dish because it highlights a triple threat ..... up your basket with radiant produce, the next step is ratatouille . click here for our grilled ratatouille recipe This recipe adds a few twists to the classic French

  2. Top Summer Tomato Recipes — Best of the Blogs

    Tue, 7 Aug 2012

    coming up (August 15; check this space), and we love her ratatouille recipe — the vegetable rich side dish filled with tomatoes, eggplant ..... photo in the following link!) — variation on classic ratatouille , called confit byaldo , from meister bi-coastal chef Thomas

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Food Blogs We Love

  1. Indian Ratatouille

    Thu, 18 Aug 2016

    A perfect mix of late summer veggies, this Indian ratatouille is flavored with rich and warm spices as well as a touch of heat from jalapeno chiles. In case you were wondering if I was going

  2. Spicy Ratatouille with Ravioli

    Mon, 14 Sep 2015

    Late summer vegetables get transformed into a rich spicy ratatouille . Serve over cheese ravioli for a hearty pasta dinner! I thought baseball season was getting to be long and unending, but that

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