One of The Classic French Dishes: Ratatouille
Probably, there is no one who has not watched the movie and was not amazed by the chef. So, when we are already spending this much time at home how about watching this entertaining movie and trying out this healthy dish?
One of the favorite dishes of the French cuisine, Ratatouille, which dates to the 17th century, can be cooked with different vegetables.
In the most classic recipe, we line up the vegetables cut in the same side onto our baking tray. While doing so, you need to make sure to leave as small space as possible between the vegetables. After this step is completed, drizzle a tea glass of olive oil over the vegetables. The fresh vegetables glistened with olive oil is a really delightful sight. Then they turn into a very healthy, delicious, and stomach-friendly dish when slowly cooked in the oven.
Ratatouille is a particularly good choice if you prefer a light dinner.
After you cut the vegetables, you can have your children partake in this joyous and delicious dish by having them line up the vegetables.
2 mid-sized zucchinis
2 mid-sized eggplants
1 tea glass of olive oil
2 garlic cloves
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon thyme
3 strains of fresh rosemary
Cut the eggplants into small circles without peeling.
Immerse them into salty water for 15 minutes to cleanse the bitter taste. Then strain.
Finely cut the zucchinis. Cut the tomatoes in the same shape and size.
Put all vegetables in the same bowl. Add olive oil, salt, and seasonings.
Grasse your baking tray. Line the vegetables up leaving as small space as possible.
Cook it for approximately 25-30 minutes in a preheated 190oC/374oF. Serve it warm.