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Ratatouille

August 17, 2021 2 min read

Ratatouille is a classic end-of-summer French stew made with fresh vegetables such as courgettes, eggplant, tomatoes, and onions. It is full of fresh produce and aromatic flavors, creating a hearty dish that serves great with fish, meat, or crusty bread. The guided recipe from Multo™ by CookingPal® gives step-by-step instructions to chop, season, and cook ingredients in the same bowl to create this flavorful Mediterranean-style stew.

How to make ratatouille with Multo™ by CookingPal®?

1. Chop ingredients using turbo button.

Add the leafy herbs to the bowl and use the TURBO speed option on your Multo™ to evenly chop the items in just 5 seconds! 

2. Sauté onion and garlic.

Multo™ allows you to chop and cook items in the same bowl thanks to its sharp food-processing blade and included heating elements. Add the onion and garlic into the bowl where you can both dice and sauté these ingredients.

3. Sauté vegetables.

Once the starting ingredients have begun to cook, add the other vegetables and sauté until done. Thanks to Multo™’s large capacity, it can easily hold and evenly cook all of the ratatouille ingredients. 

4. Enjoy!

Serve as a side dish or with bread as a yummy stew. 

Cooking tips and tricks

  • This recipe calls for fresh herbs, but dried herbs can be used if needed. Add ½ tsp of the dried herbs per sprig of fresh herbs to achieve the same flavor.
  • Courgettes can be found as either green (zucchini) or yellow (summer squash). Both varieties can be used in this recipe as they have similar flavors and textures.

What are the variations of ratatouille?

  • This recipe can be used to make a delicious sandwich. Spread goat cheese (or other cheese of choice) on a sandwich roll or crusty bread, add ratatouille, top with a piece of lettuce, and indulge in your cheesy, veggie-filled lunch!
  • Use this ratatouille recipe as a sauce over cooked pasta for a quick, easy, filling dinner.

The final verdict on the ratatouille - how does it taste?

Tomatoes, fresh vegetables, and herbs come together to make this warm, vegetarian French stew. It’s:
  • Hearty
  • Nutrient-rich
  • Healthy
  • Fibrous
  • & Well-seasoned!

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