Rorie’s Easy Ratatouille

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  • Cooking and Prep: 1.5 h
  • Serves: 6
  • No Allergens

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Enjoy this unfussy, easy ratatouille with any protein, from eggs to fish, meat or chicken. It’s also delicious served on top of spaghetti squash and topped with feta cheese. Serve this dish hot or cold to add a low carb side to any holiday menu.

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Ingredients (12)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Ratatouille

  1. Cut all the veggies into cubes. Season with spices, oil, vinegar and mustard and toss. Then add the jar of crushed tomatoes and mix.

  2. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

  3. Bake covered for one hour. Then uncover for 20 minutes or until browned to your preference.

  4. Serve warm or room temperature.



  • Esther Keller

    Posted by [email protected] |2021-04-01 05:22:26
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  • Sarah

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    Hi, Can I freeze leftovers? Also, I can't get the crushed tomatoes, so can I use tomato sauce instead? Thanks!
    Posted by sarahyb |January 21, 2021
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi, yes you can freeze the leftovers. You could use diced tomatoes or tomato sauce but it will be more liquidy than chunky if you do that.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|January 25, 2021
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  • Rivka

    Posted by RivkachayaB |2020-11-13 04:22:28
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  • Rivka

    This is our fourth time making this recipe. It is so nice to chop, season and simply plop into the oven, instead of fussily watching over a pan. Thanks Rori!
    Posted by RivkachayaB |2020-11-13 04:22:32
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  • ra ja

    Posted by rachelja |2020-10-22 13:41:17
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  • ra ja

    Love the idea of this recipe and the taste! But maybe the cook time needs to be adjusted, i cooked it for over 5 hours. After the first hour, everything was completely crunchy. It took a while, but it was delish!
    Posted by rachelja |2020-10-22 13:42:17
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  • Devorah

    Posted by Gkl |2020-10-12 20:28:14
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  • Devorah

    Delicious! A great side dish.
    Posted by Gkl |2020-10-12 20:28:30
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  • Rivka

    Can I freeze this after it’s cooked? Or can I freeze it raw? I made it and it’s absolutely delicious!
    Posted by RivkaB |2020-10-09 00:27:34
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    Raquel
    I would try freeing it cooked.
    Posted by raquel16|October 12, 2020
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  • Aviva Gavrylin

    Posted by [email protected] |2020-10-08 22:02:06
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  • kimberly cassar

    Posted by kcassar |2020-10-05 07:43:05
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  • kimberly cassar

    Delicious and full of flavor!
    Posted by kcassar |2020-10-05 07:43:17
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  • Felicity  Isserow

    Posted by Felicity Isserow |2020-10-03 11:29:12
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  • Rivka

    This is our fourth time making this recipe. It is so nice to chop, season and simply plop into the oven, instead of fussily watching over a pan. Thanks Rori!
    Posted by RivkachayaB |2020-11-13 04:22:32
    Replies:
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    0
  • ra ja

    Love the idea of this recipe and the taste! But maybe the cook time needs to be adjusted, i cooked it for over 5 hours. After the first hour, everything was completely crunchy. It took a while, but it was delish!
    Posted by rachelja |2020-10-22 13:42:17
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    0
  • Devorah

    Delicious! A great side dish.
    Posted by Gkl |2020-10-12 20:28:30
    Replies:
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    0
  • Rivka

    Can I freeze this after it’s cooked? Or can I freeze it raw? I made it and it’s absolutely delicious!
    Posted by RivkaB |2020-10-09 00:27:34
    Replies:
    Raquel
    I would try freeing it cooked.
    Posted by raquel16|October 12, 2020
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    1
  • kimberly cassar

    Delicious and full of flavor!
    Posted by kcassar |2020-10-05 07:43:17
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  • Sarah

    Question

    Hi, Can I freeze leftovers? Also, I can't get the crushed tomatoes, so can I use tomato sauce instead? Thanks!
    Posted by sarahyb |January 21, 2021
    Replies:
    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Hi, yes you can freeze the leftovers. You could use diced tomatoes or tomato sauce but it will be more liquidy than chunky if you do that.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|January 25, 2021
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