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Ratatouille


Source: The Heritage of French Cooking
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Rating: 1
by: Candi, CA Reviewed: 07/15/2012
Ratatouille, really?
I didn't even bother to cook this recipe, as I was horrified just reading the directions! The French would be offended by this recipe. I know I was. Please, for genuine Ratatouille, refer to Julia Child's, Mastering the Art of French Cooking.
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Rating: 2
by: Susan, MD Reviewed: 07/09/2011
Ratatouille
I agree with several reviewers that not all the vegetables should be cooked for the same length of time. Also, I never added water, did add a little oregano and basil and always added the tomatoes at the very end and then just briefly cooked a little longer, long enough to heat the tomatoes and barely start cooking them. Stir and serve.
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Rating: 5
by: wright Reviewed: 09/08/2010
thank you!
the recipes are amazing!! i am half french and half black and love makeing french recipes. it reminds me of home.
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Rating: 2
by: Michelle, IL Reviewed: 08/18/2009
Missing herbs seasoning
Only flavoring was garlic. I checked other sites and they all added sweet basil, oregano thyme. I added to my recipe and it was delicious. Greek seasoning instead of salt. WOW! Perhaps this was a misprint?
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Rating: 2
by: Valerie Reviewed: 08/11/2009
Ratatouille is wonderful but...
This is not, and I mean NOT the proper way to prepare a ratatouille. You have to start out sauting the vegetables in a certain order to develope their flavors and cook them properly. My grandmother taught me how to prepare it and all you have to do is remember EZ POT. Eggplant, zucchini, peppers, onions and tomatoes. You add the garlic with the onions. Please do not use this recipe. You will not get the true favors that the French so adore and will only think that they love to eat mush!
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Rating: 5
by: Cindy Reviewed: 08/05/2009
Terrific!
The Italians call this Peperonata. I use a can of Italian Plum Tomatoes and eliminate the water....gives a richer sauce. A wonderful side dish in French or Italian!
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Rating: 1
by: John Reviewed: 08/05/2009
Julia Child is rolling over in her grave.
This is some kind of school-cafeteria vegetable stew. For a ratatouille recipe that you might actually want to serve to people you like, see Mastering the Art. . . .
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