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Ratatouille from the Ritz

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“So here's the deal. While on my lunch hour today strolling through one of the shopping arcades I saw Beverley Sutherland Smith (a well known Australian chef) doing a cooking demonstration and this the recipe. Apparently it is a famous dish from the Ritz Hotel in Paris. I haven't tried it yet, but it looked really fantastic.”
1hr 20mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put each vegetable one at a time into a bowl, trickle on a little olive oil and transfer to a paper package on a flat tray.
  2. Use baking paper and just form the edges up a bit to contain the vegetables.
  3. The idea is to have individual parcels for each vegetable.
  4. If there is not room on one tray use two.
  5. Season everything really well.
  6. Tuck the garlic underneath one of the vegetables in each parcel.
  7. Bake this in a moderate to moderately hot oven (200c) until the vegetable strips are tender.
  8. If browning too much just stir with a fork.
  9. They take from 45 minutes to an hour usually.
  10. Remove tray from the oven and take the skin from the tomato.
  11. Put all vegetables into a saucepan with a quarter cup of water and cook gently for 5 minutes so you have lots of juice.
  12. This will refrigerate for up to a week and can be gently reheat when required. Only add basil leaves when serving.

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