Roasted Ratatouille

"This is very yummy. It is also easy. The leftovers are great with pasta and it uses all those beautiful vegetables that are so plentiful in the summer."
Roasted Ratatouille created by GT in SA
Ready In:
1hr 20mins




  • Line a sheet pan with aluminum foil.
  • Spray with cooking spray.
  • Cut the eggplant unpeeled into 1" cubes.
  • Cut the zucchini into 1" cubes.
  • Cut the red pepper into 1" cubes.
  • Cut the onion into large wedges maybe 8-10 pieces.
  • Leave the tomatoes whole and also the garlic if using.
  • Put all vegetables on prepared pan.
  • Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste and dried herbs.
  • Drizzle with Olive oil. Use your hands to toss gently and coat everything with seasoning and oil.
  • Bake at 350F for about 1 hour. Turn every 15 minutes.
  • While it is warm toss with fresh basil and crumbled goat cheese.

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  1. mrgunn
    Fabulous recipe! I added some cubed rotisserie chicken to the finished product and it is awesome! Love having a recipe that incorporates all the fresh veggies on hand for the season and the flavor is more than satisfying.
  2. TraciMc
    I had no idea it would taste as good as it did.... Love it
  3. LilPinkieJ
    Oh this was very good. The kids liked that I made the food from the movie Ratatouille. I like that I got them to eat a whole bunch of vegetables! We weren't too fond of the goat cheese tossed on top. I think I would like to change it next time by putting some sliced Fontina on top while baking. Made and Reviewed for I Recommend Tag - Thanks! :)
  4. 1st-Marilyn
    I guess I just don't like Ratatouille.
  5. free-free
    I was first introduced to this recipe when it was used as the "Mystery Recipe" in a very imaginative game held on Zarr. During the course of the game the ingredients were revealed to the players hidden in different "code " format throughout the different regional forums. At that time, to make the game work it's creator Chef Bokenpop included tomato paste to the list in order to match the clues together properly. I first made the recipe with the tomato paste and added mushrooms and green pepper. The "clues" had suggested the option of using Chevre or Parmesan cheese and I went with the latter primarily because of the presence of tomato. Once the identity of the secret recipe was revealed I decided to try it again following the original recipe as written; and this time eliminated the tomato paste, added fresh basil and used goat cheese instead. Both ways I rate this 5 stars and then some!!! It is a healthy fresh veggie dish that you can't go wrong with. It is now among the "keepers" in my recipe file!! Thank you "conniecooks" for sharing this gem!! - WONDERFUL!!



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