Friday, January 13, 2017


 It's Funny Friday
by Prudence 
RATATOUILLE:  the word is French and describes a stew or casserole which most frequently contains a well-seasoned combination of eggplant, zucchini, tomato, and green pepper.
1.   2 garlic cloves, minced
2.   1 onion, sliced thin
3.   ½ cup olive oil
4.   1 med. Eggplant, diced (unpeeled)
5.   3 med. Zucchinis, sliced
6.   1 *green (I use red pepper) pepper, sliced
7.   1 can 28 oz. Italian-style tomatoes
8.   1 tsp. oregano and basil
9.   Salt/Pepper to taste (I omit salt but use coarse ground pepper (about a tbs.)
Sauté’ garlic and onion in oil until clear.  Add eggplant and toss.  Add zucchini and pepper, cook for 10 mins.  Add remaining ingredients and simmer COVERED for 30 mins.  Uncover, simmer for 30 mins longer.  Serves 6
(Recipe from Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery, Vol. 10)


  1. I would love this! Need to leave out the eggplant for hubby...but it would still be good! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

  2. I love ratatouille but need to make my own more often!
    Hope you are all well!

  3. I've never made this before, but it sounds delicious. I'd leave out the eggplant though. Not a fan of that, but everything else sounds so good. Happy New Year, Joyce.

  4. ohhh me parece delicioso e muito criativo adoro pratos coloridos.Feliz ano novo meus doces amigos.


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