Ratatouille is a common vegetable stew that originated from southern France. There is traditionally no particular cooking method for the ratatouille. Famous French chefs like Roger Vergé or Gui Gedda recommend lightly frying each vegetable separately to give them a crispy and toasty flavor.
Before you get started, read through all of the instructions below.
This was the longest recipe that I had ever written. There's a lot of steps here. But if you quickly read through, you'll notice that there's "shortcuts" that you can take. Like in chopping all of your vegetables at once.
Place a piece of tin foil over the top.
The only thing left to do is setting your table for dinner tonight.
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