So good! Alice Waters' Ratatouille, from her cookbook The Art of Simple. Posted on Food52 by Genius Recipes Eggplants Recipes, Alice Waters, Food, Dinners, Vegetables, Slow Cooker, Cooking, Ratatouil Recipes, Ratatouille Recipes
|1 pinch||Chile flakes, dried|
|1||Medium or 2 small eggplant|
|3||Summer squash, medium|
|3||Tomatoes, ripe medium|
Baking & Spices
Oils & Vinegars
|4 tbsp||Olive oil|
Alice Waters' Ratatouille. A genius recipe from Alice Waters' 2007 cookbook The Art of Simple Food: ratatouille that fusses only where it needs to fuss (over the eggplant), and adds a few smart, modern details -- red chile flakes, a basil bouquet -- that improve on a well-worn classic.
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