Disney's Ratatouille Recipe
A beautiful deconstructed ratatouille is composed of sliced colorful vegetables arranged over a garlic-infused tomato sauce and baked. It's like the one in the animated movie.
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This is, without a doubt, the best ratatouille recipe I have ever had & I have tried many. It is worth the time you prep. It's bloody GORgeous! I get requests for heaven's sake! Did not change a thing: No omissions, no additions. This recipe stands alone.
This recipe really captured the spirit of Rattatoullie and Gustav's philosophy that 'Anyone can cook!'. Flavor was great, leave some room for inmprovisation (we skipped the eggplant). Art is subjective and a reflection of the artist, just as your rattatoulie will be for you! Bon appetit! Your faithful chefs, Erica & Jackie (not rats but can still cook)
Followed the recipe exactly. It was wonderful!!! I have always been lukewarm regarding Ratatouille. Now I realize that I have never had the "real thing". The dollop of mascarpone put it over the top. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. It is going into the rotation!
We wanted so much to like this but it's just under-seasoned roasted veggies. I have tried the sauteed version before finding this recipe and thought the same thing. It would be an alright side dish but isn't enough to stand as the main course and needs lots of extra seasoning. It's very pretty and rewarding when you get that perfect spiral fan of colors in you dish though.
I loved the strong garlic flavor! However, for someone about to hit an interview or sing in the choir, I would defeinitely recommend cutting the amount used for this recipe. The only thing I changed was I added pepperoni and salami in there to give it a full meal- feel. I also would recommend adding Basil, orageno, and parsley to the sauce pre-cooking. Gives a lot of Italian flavor. Great dish!
It was great! I followed this recipe to the tee (minus adding shredded parm cheese on it as soon as it came out of the oven) and my father and I went back for seconds and were so full! I put it over a tiny little ball pasta and that was perfect. I had garlic bread on the side which was a perfect pair. I cooked the pasta with a bit of chicken stock and it was a good decision. Overall I would make this again and the rest of my family, who are quasi picky, would also love this vege dish.. THANK YOU FRANCE :)