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Ratatouille - how do you make it (and spell it)?

(10 Posts)
albert Thu 02-Jun-05 09:41:43

Has anyone got an easy recipe? TIA

moozoboozo Thu 02-Jun-05 09:43:45

chop a courgette, onion, pepper, garlic and aubergine, bung it in a pan and fry in olive oil, and then shove in some tinned chopped tomatos, add herbs (I use basil, thyme and marjoram) and let it cook. hey presto!!!!!

Mum2Ela Thu 02-Jun-05 09:47:35

I do the same as moozoboozo but also add mushrooms.

Or just stick all the ingredients in the oven and let it all cook slowly.

albert Thu 02-Jun-05 09:48:08

Ooo, so simple - guess what we've got for dinner tonight then!? Thanks MB

Furball Thu 02-Jun-05 10:32:18

I do the same as moozoboozo and add a bit of lamb mince then serve it up on pasta. A great but easy alternative to spag bol!

wordsmith Thu 02-Jun-05 10:36:13

Same as moozoboozo more or less, but then put it in a dish on a bed of sliced cooked potatioes, top it with mozzarella (or cheddar, or whatever) and bake it in the oven. Serve with rice. Yum yum.

Your spelling is perfect!

oliveoil Thu 02-Jun-05 10:43:06

Me me me, I've got a recipe.....

1. Chop up peppers, red onions, courgette, potatoes (small pieces) and garlic. Put in roasting tin with lots of olive oil (!!) and dried chilli flakes, salt and pepper. Put in oven for 20 mins at 200.

2. Meanwhile, slice chicken breast to make pocket and stuff with goats cheese or any creamy cheese. Wrap with parma ham.

3. Put chicken in after veg has been in for 20 mins, cook for 30 mins or so.

I sometimes stab some cherry toms as well and stick them in 10 mins before the end.

It's dead easy and doesn't need tending over so
and you can stagger about looking after children and pull a nice dinner out of the oven when they are in bed.

albert Thu 02-Jun-05 11:37:11

Gosh, tonights dinner is getting more elaborate as we go on. DH will wonder what I'm after

Iklboo Thu 02-Jun-05 11:41:52

Pretty much the same as moozoboozo, but I let it marinade in the olive oil/garlic for a couple of hours first

tamum Thu 02-Jun-05 11:42:50

You spelt it right by the way

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