There are thousands of ways to make a tasty ratatouille, but very few of them rival this version in terms of taste. I always cook the vegetables separately, then combine them into the same pot to stew together for the final cooking. I think this method works especially well because it allows you to vary the size of your vegetable cuts and keeps everything cooking for the same amount of time. I also use a very small amount of oil in my preparation…which makes this version less greasy and certainly much healthier. Serve ratatouille alone, with brown rice or over

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