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Perhaps you’ve seen the movie, but when’s the last time you’ve actually prepared the dish? Ratatouille, also known as Ratatouille niçoise is a French vegetable stew consisting of tomatoes, eggplants, zucchinis, bell peppers, garlic and onions. Common herbs like parsley and basil are also often included and help create a rich flavor for the dish. It’s often made as a side dish and it can be served with a multitude of main dishes. For example, ratatouille is excellent with roast beef, chicken or a good steak.
As you can see, this recipe calls for just about the whole lot of nightshade vegetables (bell peppers, tomatoes and eggplants) is is therefore not suited for those who decided not to have any nightshades. I would tell you to substitute some vegetables, but the essence of this dish is really the tomato.
I hope you’ll enjoy this recipe that will take quite a bit of preparation for a simple vegetable stew, but that will pay off in terms of taste and satisfaction. If prepared in advance, it can also be served cold, but only if you used olive oil for the preparation because the other fats will harden and the dish will need to be reheated.
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