The full name for this French side dish is Ratatouille Niçoise. There is a lot of debate on the execution of this dish, but for our recipe we kept it simple by baking the colorful array of vegetables, seasoned simply with herbs de Provence. To finish the dish, we then plate it over our fresh tomato sauce.

15 minutes
35 minutes
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This is our estimate based on online research.
Fat:11 g
Carbohydrates:4 g
Protein:1 g
Calculated per serving.

Serves: 5

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Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. Heat oven to roast at 400°F.
  2. In a heavy sauce pan, sauté garlic, onion, tomatoes and basil in 1 tbsp olive oil, until soft.
  3. Bring sauce to a light boil, add a pinch or two of salt, turn down to a simmer, and cover until the roasting vegetables are finished.
  4. Toss sliced vegetables in 3 tbsp of olive oil.
  5. Sprinkle generously with herbs de Provence and salt to taste.
  6. Arrange on a baking sheet, alternating the varying types of vegetable slices.
  7. Bake vegetables for 25 minutes until vegetables become slightly golden around the edges.
  8. Serve vegetable slices over the tomato sauce, and garnish with a sprig of fresh basil.

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  1. TXKajun
    July 26, 2014

    “These are the BEST vegetables you’ve EVER fixed!” So said Sweetie after her first bite of the ratatouille. After having my first bite, I had to agree. This stuff is awesome! I fixed it according to the recipe and it turned out great. This is the first time I’ve fixed eggplant in a way that Sweetie loved, also. 🙂 A keeper of a recipe! And the tomato sauce is to die for! Gonna have to try it on some faux-noodles for spaghetti.

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