Ratatouille is a simple French vegetable dish made with zucchini, tomatoes, and squash. The dish is simple and flavorful, and is easy to incorporate into a plant-based diet. However, if you feel like you’re having trouble getting in those veggies, try making one of these dishes. This roundup proves there is no one way to enjoy ratatouille. Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App.
1. Save the Veggies Ratatouille
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No more wasting produce, all your about-to-spoil vegetables now end up in this easy and delicious Save the Veggies Ratatouille by Laura Nockett! It’s made with eggplant, yellow squash, zucchini, mushrooms, red pepper, onions and cherry tomatoes, all baked together in the oven.
2. Ratatouille Spaghetti
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Quick and easy, this Ratatouille Spaghetti by Hayley Canning takes under 30 minute to make, is packed full of veggies, plus it’s healthy, vegan and gluten-free optional. Also, it is super filling, satisfying and comforting with so much delicious flavor. If you are trying to get more vegetables in to your diet, then this Ratatouille Spaghetti is a perfect recipe for you.
3. Grilled Ratatouille Kebabs
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This Grilled Ratatouille Kebabs by Jordan and Clark Cord is a skewered version of a classic French recipe using summer zucchini, squash, and eggplant. It’s a simple, but delicious kebab combination. Basically, this recipe makes it possible to enjoy ratatouille on a stick for maximum summer vibes. Just imagine – you’re chilling outside with a glass of rosé, listening to some Bob Marley tunes, and then bam! – you’re enjoying a delicious medley of summer’s finest veggies in portable, grilled form.
4. Roasted Ratatouille Bowls
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Ratatouille comforting, hearty and a great dish for any time of year. This Roasted Ratatouille Bowls by Pavani Nandula is a tasty combination of roasted vegetables and herbs makes for a versatile dish that you can serve over any starch you like.
5. Ratatouille Pizza
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This Ratatouille by Rini Desai is madefor the whole family to enjoy. It’s a hearty and low calorie summer recipe made with garden fresh vegetables. Not to mention, sheet pan dinners and one pot dinners are the BEST. They’re quick to make, the ingredients cook evenly and the cleanup is easy. This is a simple, family-friendly meal that is colorful, fragrant, and absolutely delicious!
7. Ratatouille Casserole
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Ratatouille is simple and easy to prepare and cook. Everyone can make it! The basic ingredients are zucchini, eggplants and tomatoes. Some people like to add some red or yellow bell peppers, or yellow squash instead of the zucchini. It doesn’t matter how you prepare it, everyone will love this Ratatouille Casserole by Mitko Dzhordzhev. It’s the perfect option for a healthy and flavorful lunch or dinner.
8. Ratatouille With Cashew Cheese
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This Ratatouille With Cashew Cheese by Emilie Heck elevates the presentation and flavor by adding a delicious herbed cashew cheese and arranging the vegetables in a spiral shape. It looks fancy, but this dish is very inexpensive and easy-to-make!
9. Nigerian Ratatouille
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This Nigerian Ratatouille by Tomi Makanjuola isn’t for your classic ratatouille! The classic Provencal dish has been reinvented with Nigerian flavors like subtly sweet plantains and a chunky sauce made from bell peppers, tomatoes, and spices. You’re welcome.
10. Ratatouille White Bean Casserole
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This is a simplified, rustic take on ratatouille! The vegetables are tender and literally melt into the tomato sauce and mix with the creamy white bean puree – it’s pure heaven! This Ratatouille White Bean Casserole by Liz Martone is definitely a lighter dinner, since it’s mostly just vegetables, so you could easy bulk it up with a grain like couscous or quinoa on the side. Or also a huge baguette of french bread— because you KNOW there’s going to be some leftover tomato juices that need some mopping up.
11. Ratatouille: Classic Vegetable Stew in Zucchini Cups
This Ratatouille: Classic Vegetable Stew in Zucchini Cups by Karen Sheer is fabulous to make in the summer with just picked summer produce bursting with flavor and natural antioxidants. It takes all of the usual vegetables of ratatouille and puts them into cute cups. This recipe is easy to make and is just as flavorful as typical ratatouille.
12. Roasted Ratatouille Spaghetti
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This Roasted Ratatouille Spaghetti by Zoe and Mia Lau is a twist on the traditional French ratatouille which consists of garlic, onions, tomatoes, zucchini, and herbs. The sauce in this recipe is infused with Japanese flavors thanks to the addition of miso paste. The addition of miso gives this dish an unusual savory depth of flavor despite its simplicity.
13. Roasted Ratatouille Toasts
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Enjoy summer in recipe form, specifically in these Roasted Ratatouille Toasts by Liz Martone! Ratatouille is one of the most classic vegetable dishes; The combination of flavors, the tender melt-in-you-mouth veggies, the tangy tomato sauce— there are few foods that are more comforting in our eyes.
14. Eggplant Pisto Manchego: Spanish ‘Ratatouille’
Pisto manchego, a classic peasant dish from Castilla La Mancha, is made all over Spain. It uses a combination of diced and then pan-fried vegetables, in a similar fashion to the French ratatouille or the Sicilian caponata. Only two ingredients seem to appear in all the recipe versions: tomato and pepper – everything else depends on what’s seasonally available. This hearty Eggplant Pisto Manchego: Spanish ‘Ratatouille’ by Lara and Eduardo uses eggplant and zucchini!
15. Homemade Spinach Spelt Wraps With Ratatouille Filling
These Homemade Spinach Spelt Wraps With Ratatouille Filling by Lena Pfetzer are perfect to enjoy on the couch, on the bus, in school, or wherever you are! They are packed with lots of flavors, plenty of veggies, and iron and calcium to keep you satisfied. Plus, if you make this recipe you can officially say that you can make your own wraps from scratch like a pro, which is pretty darn cool if you ask us.
Ratatouille doesn’t have to be enjoyed just one way. If you’re looking for more ratatouille, check out these tips on how to How to Make Perfect Ratatouille. For all those who are a fan of pan dinners, here are 15 Unexpected Uses for Your Sheet Pan.
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