The movie was fun filled and the recipe is flavorpacked. The basil lovers should try this beautiful medley of vegetables. Most of the local restaurants mistake it to be the italian curry and end up making the red gravy like version.

  • 1 big eggplant/ aubergine chopped1 medium onion finely chopped1 green zucchini chopped1 yellow zuchhini chopped1 green capsicum chopped1 red or yellow capsicum chopped3 big tomatoes chopped2 tbsp olive oilsmall sprig basil2 to 3 garlic cloves, peeled and chopped
    2 tspn 
    vinegar1 tsp sugar
    salt and black pepper to taste
  • Method
  • 1) All vegetables should be chopped same size into small bite size pieces. Discard the membranes and seeds from capsicum and tomatoes to make it more presentable.2)  In a pan, heat half the oil , add all the vegetables one after the other except tomatoes and saute them until they are tender.Remove and set aside. 3) Add the remaining oil and add the garlic, tomatoes , sugar, salt, pepper and vinegar. Saute until it gets cooked. 4) Add the basil leaves and add to it
    5) Saute and serve warm with french baguette and cheese

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Usha said…
I like lightly seasoned roasted vegetables. Nice pick for France.
Love the colorful bowl of vegetables.
Priya Suresh said…
Ratatouille with long grain makes an excellent filling lunch for many French. Delicious.
Padmajha said…
Simple and flavorful dish...
Pavani said…
I love ratatouille 'cos its colorful, veggie packed and it has eggplant ;-)
Chef Mireille said…
I've never had ratatouille because I don't eat eggplant but I hear it is so delicious - sure you enjoyed it well
We too love that movie!!! Sautéed veggies look very colorful!
Foodiliciousnan said…
This seems to be the perfect thing to eat with any bread. In fact, on its own too for a light lunch!
Archana said…
I have been wanting to make ratatouille for ages. Never had the courage to make it.Maybe now. You have doen a fab job here.

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