Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 50 min.
This Is a fabulous recipe. My family loves it so much that it is always requested, even in the heat of the summer.
My new favorite ratatouille recipe! Did bake it covered kept it moist and the vegetables were just right..not too soft. And did omit the bacon and didn't miss. Still lots of flavor. Used provolone cheese since a favorite. Would stir the casserole after baking as better taste when mixed. Thanks for a great way to prepare this dish!
Wow, this is packed with flavor and, while it is delicious right out of the oven, the next day it's even better. I will definitely keep this recipe close and use it again. Yummy!!
This is one of the freshest, best tasting meals we've ever had. I've recommended this recipe several times and my mouth waters just thinking about making it again this weekend.
I have made this many times. Family will ask if i will make it for get together. So juicy and all the flavors bind so well. Definitely stimulating to the taste buds.
I found that the tomato mixture was too sparse. Also, my zucchini on top came out a little bit dry. I don't think the bacon or eggplant really complemented it. It was okay, I would probably make it again because my mom liked it a lot, but probably not for only myself.
I omitted the bacon and added fresh mushrooms. Delicious! I have also added browned chicken tenderloins on top for the last 30 minutes of baking.
I doubled the diced tomatoes and used a whole can of tomato paste.
like others, I made this dish for our son since he loved the movie. I enjoyed it, and will be adding it to my recipe collection. The only change in made is shredded cheese, and I can see where the sliced cheese would be better. Also, I baked it uncovered, per directions, but I may cover it next time, and let it crisp up the last 10 minutes or so uncovered. I thought it left the dish a bit too dry on top.
very good, great way to use veggies from the garden!