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Ratatouille

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A ratatouille is a whole mish mash of healthy vegetables. Ratatouille is French for ‘mish mash’, and can be a mix of whatever tasty vegetables you wish to cook. The vegetables are steamed, whether eggplant, zucchini, peppers, mushrooms – whatever you find in the market or kitchen cupboard. Enjoy your ratatouille with some freshly baked bread or wholesome rice.

Make your own Ratatouille

A ratatouille is one of the simplest meals to prepare because you just need to combine vegetables with one or two herbs. It’s perfect for those moments where you’re rushed off your feet but still want to eat a healthy meal rather than pre-packaged microwave food.Ratatouille is an incredibly versatile dish. You can add together whatever vegetables you have in your fridge and still create a great meal. It’s healthy for you and can help reduce food waste too, by using a mish mash of ingredients that may otherwise have been thrown away. Just add herbs like rosemary, oregano, or sage to bring out the flavour and create a simple but delicious dinner in no time.

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ingredients

persons

1 bread
1 onion
1 zucchini
1 bell pepper
1 eggplant
3 tomatoes
2 cloves ofgarlic
2 tbsp.olive oil
fresh basil
1 dash ofthyme

instructions10 minutes

  1. 1

    Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. In the meantime, heat up a pan on the stove. Add the olive oil, the cut garlic, and thyme. Sauté this mixture for 2 minutes. Add the tomatoes, let everything boil for 10 minutes and stir from time to time. Season with salt and pepper, if needed.

  2. 2

    Add the tomato mixture to an ovenproof dish. Cut up the other vegetables and place them in the dish on top of the sauce. Go wild and put them in an intriguing spiral shape until the dish is completely covered.

  3. 3

    Sprinkle the vegetables with olive oil and a dash of salt, pepper and oregano. Bake in the oven for 50 minutes or until the vegetables are soft.

  4. 4

    Serve with fresh basil and bread.

Ingredientsbell pepper, bread, eggplant, fresh basil, garlic, olive oil, onion, thyme, tomato, zucchini
Coursesbrunch, lunch, side dish, snacks
CuisineFrench
Special Dietsno-added sugar, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, whole foods
Difficultylevel 2 (average)
Cooking time15-30 minutes
Seasonautumn, spring, summer, winter
Number ingredients5-10 ingredients
Tastesavory
Preparation methodbaking, oven
Type of dishcasserole, salad, vegetable dish
Otherschild friendly, supermarket friendly

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