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Recipe photo courtesy of Marcus Nilsson

This hearty country dish from the Provence region of France is an easy mix of seasonal vegetables, garlic, and olive oil.

Source: Everyday Food, October 2010
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Cook's Notes

This recipe yields a batch big enough for these other recipes: Ratatouille with Pasta, Ratatouille and Baked Eggs, and Ratatouille Phyllo Wraps. It can also be served as a simple side dish or spooned onto toasted crusty bread.

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  • gilthedaleysc
    6 AUG, 2018
    Fantastic recipe! A lot of Ratatouille recipes are similar but I think the key to this one is baking the tomatoes first. I used fresh basil instead of marjoram or oregano. I also omitted the red-wine vinegar. I finished the dish by topping with chunks of Feta Cheese and baking in the oven.
    22 SEP, 2017
    Good recipe. I added crimini mushrooms, sliced. I did not have the herbs listed but did have some herbs de provence. Very tasty.
    • annamana
      1 APR, 2018
      ok, but i like original french recipe. However, thank you!!
  • genevieve737
    18 AUG, 2014
    Great Farmer's Market recipe! I didn't really see the point of "roasting" tomatoes, but I guess that would depend on how much juice is. I used only half the oil, and served it with brown rice and some adzuki beans I had already cooked up for a nice vegan meal my husband devoured. :)
    • camelot5_239212
      11 JUL, 2017
      Sounds great! Thank you for the comments. Kudos to you for stepping the oil down....I cook w/very little, if any, oil, due to heart disease, & am on a plant based eating plan, so good to know that works! I think I shall try serving with multi-color quinoa! Again, thank you!
  • Shanna2777
    2 SEP, 2015
    Thank you for this delicious recipe. I shared it with my customers here:
  • ohioucara
    19 JAN, 2015
    I made this for the first time and was delighted! I followed the recipe exactly and served it over corn grits. I don't particularly jump for joy over any of the ingredients on their own, but put together in this way ended up being quite delicious. I will for sure make this again and again, not changing a thing. (I love finding vegetarian meals as well).
  • cactus3.51
    7 MAY, 2014
    Really good recipe. Added a can of diced fire-roasted tomatoes. This is a favorite.
  • Sara-25
    18 JAN, 2014
    This is THE best ratatouille recipe I've ever come across. Thrush
  • Sara-25
    18 JAN, 2014
    his is THE best ratatouille recipe I've ever come across.Thrush
  • klaus_90
    16 DEC, 2013
    easy to make and healthy , i like that recipe . psoriasis
  • Jacklynj77
    18 MAR, 2013
    This is an excellent recipe for ratatouille. I didn't have any marjoram so I used thyme and basil instead. I also used a little less garlic than the recipe called for. It turned out perfectly. It also makes a great pizza topping with a little balsamic and mozzarella the next day.

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