Yield: Yields 4 to 5 cups.
Here’s a mostly hands-off version of ratatouille that’s different in character from my sautéed one but also delicious. It yields a bit less, but by using two sheet pans, you’ll have an ample side dish for four.
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Honesty I was expecting more given the rave reviews! I liked the brightness and acidity, but I thought it was rather labor intensive for the results
This is an exceptional recipe. I've made it for years.
Delicious. I did use less oil and added as needed. About a third cup.
Fabulous! I've made ratatouille many ways over the years, and this is the best. Allow some time, this isn't a week-night dish. I roasted the vegs one day, and finished it the next, but got distracted and forgot to add any herbs. It was still great!
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