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Thanks to this recipe we had an amazing dinner the other night. And thanks to my husband we have some amazing pictures to show for it.

The next night I had some of the leftover vegetables that were sliced but not cooked. I caramelized some onions then added some chopped tomatoes and cooked that down for a little bit. I added in the leftover veggies put in some more olive oil and salt and covered. They simmered for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile I cooked some penne pasta in heavily salted water. I served the pasta with the veggies on top. Then I placed a large dollop of goat cheese on top of that and then on top of that I added a softly poached egg. I squealed with excitement as the runny yolk made friends with the slightly melty goat cheese and then they invited the veggies to the party. Yum!

 

10 Responses to “Ratatouille for Dinner”

  1. MangerLaVille

    WOW, I am not sure it was just the recipe, but your fabulous presentation. I know this sounds funny, but your ratatouille reminds me of the ratatouille the disney movie “Ratatouille.” It looked amazing and very sophisticated.

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  2. ashley

    Thanks for the wonderful compliments. I’ll tell my husband that you all are enjoying his beautiful photos.
    MangerLaVille – This is Remy’s version of Ratatouille…. which was very exciting for my son and my niece and nephew.

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  3. Kayla

    um this dish looks so good looking at the picture made my mouth water and i saw this website on tv

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