31 Jul 2007


I remember when I was a little girl to have seen in one of my mom’s books recipes, the picture of the plate. I also remembered not having liked how it looks. But, I was like the name. The years passed and the ratatuille was forgotten. Now like to support my memory it returns, in this time like Pixar’s movie where a mouse wants to be a chef. I decided to give a second chance to this original French’s cooked vegetables of the farmers in Nice, so then I bought the vegetables. I was surprised the result. The aroma is grandiose and the flavor is amazing. After proving I thought to myself: “I wanna be a veggie!” The base is eggplant, I also used the white one, but I don't like because it have many seeds

1 eggplant without skin

1 white eggplant without skin

1 Sweet red pepper without shell

1 Sweet yellow pepper without shell

2 zucchinis or courgettes

2 Tomatoes

4 garlic cloves

1 Onion

Olive oil

½ cup of white wine

Thyme, sage, oregano, rosemary, 1 bay laurel leaf

Salt and season with black pepper itched to the moment to perfume

Cut all the vegetable in medium squares. Put in a pan the olive oil, heat and braise the onion and the chopped garlic. When the onion became transparent put to fry the tomatoes and the other vegetables, put the salt and the aromatic herbs. Sauté a little and add the white wine, when the vegetables are soft but don't discard, retire of the heat and sprinkle the pepper and serve.


Kelly Mahoney said...

Thanks for the recipe to go along with the movie. I don't think I've ever had ratatuille, but everyone is talking about it and blogging recipes now, so I may have to try it.

Sylvia said...

Kelly you must try is easy to do ,and yumm

WokandSpoon said...

I can't wait to see the movie. It's not out here yet. And I also love ratatouille! Your dish looks lovely and colourful.

Anonymous said...

Sylvia, já que não sei cozinhar, estive visitando seu flickR e vendo as fotos. São maravilhosas!

Você bem que podia lançar um livro. Eu compraria só para olhar e ficar namorando as receitas...

Um beijo e bom restinho de semana

Carlos said...

Gracias Sylvia por recorre mi blog, el tuyo también está muy bueno, te he agregado a mi lista de favoritos.
Un beso

Carlos said...

Los moldes para sorrentinos los podes conseguir en cualquier bazar gastronomico.

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

This looks beautiful! I made ratatouille last week as well - still nedd to get around to posting that one!