Cooking with Phyllis: Ratatouille
It’s ratatouille season! Ratatouille is a classic end-of-summer (or fall) French stew that’s fun to say (rat-tuh-TOO-ee) and fun to make. It’s packed with fresh produce: tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini and yellow squash, and bell pepper.
Phyllis, with Tanner Health System, recently shared this recipe during our annual fundraiser, Luncheon in Pink. You can watch the complete cooking demonstration below.
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It’s a great way to use up a surplus of late-summer veggies. If you come home from the farmers’ market with too much, make ratatouille.
Ratatouille turns basic vegetables into magic. Even if you don’t typically love eggplant or summer squash, I bet you’ll enjoy this ratatouille.
It’s vegan and gluten free for all to enjoy. Just choose your accompaniments accordingly.
Ratatouille is a great make-ahead recipe. It tastes even better the next day and reheats beautifully. (You can also freeze extra ratatouille for later.)
Make it a movie night and watch Disney’s Ratatouille!
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To download the recipe, click here. This recipe originally appeared on Cookie and Kate.