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Clarissa’s Organic Ratatouille

The ingredients in this ratatouille are without an exception fresh and organic (including the herbs). Here they are:

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Young carrots, tomatoes, rutabaga, a couple of young potatoes, a pattypan squash, English peas, a baby turnip, butternut squash, a head of Boston lettuce, a kohlrabi, basil, chervil, oregano, savory, cilantro, garlic.

Dice the vegetables and add them to a pan with some olive oil beginning with the least soft vegetable. Add some water to cover the bottom of the pan. Gradually add the shredded herbs. Salt to taste. Everything should be sautéed very slowly for about 90 minutes.

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It tastes phenomenal. And if somebody tells me this is unhealthy, I give up because I can’t do anything healthier.

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15 thoughts on “Clarissa’s Organic Ratatouille

  1. Reblogged this on Get Your Daily Phil Here. and commented:
    great post , gave you a follow—– yourdailyphil.com

  2. frying with olive oil is perhaps not the best idea as it decays quickly under heat. You can add the olive oil later.

  3. Where is the onion? I now have pattypan, pattypan in my head. It’s a funny sounding name for a squash.

  4. I would fry it in nice organic butter from grass-fed cows. It sounds wonderful! And, slow cooking it like that will not cause any problem with the olive oil.

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