Totally delicious. Easy to make. Be sure to use two trays so veggies are not too crowded and can brown as they bake.
MommyDot, I guess one would say that about such a recipe if you've been brought up on hotdogs, pizza, and junk food. Sorry the elegant flavors of fresh olive oil and basil disappointed. Any way, GREAT little recipe. I'm looking for quick and easy ways to cook for my loved one who is going through Chemotherapy, normally I'm a much more complex cook, but this saved me a lot of time. Thank you!
Excellent way to make ratatouille! I've been making this for the past couple of years, in large quantities and freezing it for the winter. I put it in lasagne, top baked potatoes with it, etc. It's very versitile and delicious. I'm not sure what happened with the previous reviewer's recipe but I've never had it turn out mushy, but it is the consistency of roasted vegetables.
I was very disappointed in this recipe. I checked to see if I did something wrong, but I followed the directions exactly. Turned out to be pure mush. Very disappointing for me.
Perfect. My husband & I both prefer the texture and concentrated flavor of this version over the traditional way of preparation. Love love love it. It is great by itself and perfect over grilled fish or chicken, or mixed with pasta. Very versatile.
I make this 4 or 5 times every summer. It's a very easy, forgiving recipe and it always turns out wonderfully.
Tasty dish and like the other reviewers said, the flavours really come out with roasting. If I make this again I will definitely add less salt and less oil. It was quite heavy because of all the oil and salt and I'd prefer it to be a lighter dish.
This is a fantastic recipe that I've used for a few years. I use any combination of veggies - but the key ones are tomatoes, eggplant and onions. Clean up is quick and my kids love it!
I served this at a dinner party for 12 and they raved about it all night - it is very simple to make, but a little time consuming. It can be made in advance so it is a great choice for a party.
It takes some time, but great roasted flavors. Also a fine way to have ratatouille out of season as the roasting concentrates flavors of even supermarket ingredients.