Grilled Ratatouille Pasta
Here's a new summer staple: a quick, healthy take on a French classic. Try it and enjoy the bounty.
This vegetable stew can be eaten on its own; served with meat, fish, or eggs; or tossed with pasta.
Baked Tomatoes, Squash, and Potatoes
This baked riff on ratatouille may look sophisticated, but it's surprisingly simple. Serve it for brunch or at dinner parties -- and save leftovers to eat straight out of the dish by the forkful.
Roasted Ratatouille and Eggs
Need a meatless one-pot dinner? Try this tasty cross between ratatouille and shakshuka. Japanese eggplants, red peppers, and cherry tomatoes are roasted with garlic, then eggs are added and baked in the delicious mix of vegetables.
This classic stewed vegetable dish becomes a fresh culinary experience when the thyme-spiced vegetables are roasted instead.
Ratatouille on Grilled Bread
Ratatouille can be eaten on its own or served with meat, fish or, in this case, with garlic bread.