Ratatouille the Greek way. Ratatouille in French, Tourlou in Greek or Briam in Turkish. It's a classic, versatile dish that works beautifully as a side dish to a meat or chicken main but can stand alone as the main attraction. Just add good, crusty bread, feta and olives on the side and you're good to go.
Contains: Five ways to enjoy the best of regional Victoria while you're locked down in Melbourne. Ratatouille is a French Provençal stewed vegetable dish, originating in Nice, and sometimes referred to as ratatouille niçoise (French: [niswaz]). Tourlou is an easy, healthful recipe for a summer lunch or dinner. You can cook Ratatouille the Greek way using 15 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Ratatouille the Greek way
- Prepare of large onion chopped.
- It’s of garlic sliced.
- Prepare of red pepper sliced.
- You need of potatoes (medium size).
- You need of eggplant (large).
- It’s of zucchinis (medium size).
- Prepare of carrot.
- It’s of large sweetpotato (preferably red).
- It’s of pinh of dried oregano.
- You need of some sea salt.
- You need of sweet paprika.
- You need of turmeric.
- Prepare of tomato paste.
- It’s of tomato sauce.
- Prepare of hot water.
It calls for all the vegetables grown in Greek gardens and is found in every region of Greece, from north to south, east to west, albeit with a number of variations and names – used in Asia Minor and the Pontus – but invariably delicious. The Ratatouille characters also have a series of levels in the Kinect Rush: a Disney-Pixar Adventure. For the actual dish that gave the movie its name, go to Snails and So On. Ratatouille is a garlicky stew of mostly squash, eggplant, and tomatoes, and whatever else the cook might have on.
Ratatouille the Greek way instructions
- Heat the olive oil in a large pot. Add the onion, garlic and pepper for a couple of minutes till soft and shiny..
- Slice and cube the vegetables and set them aside..
- Once the onion. garlic and pepper are soft and nice, add the tomato pure and cook for a couple of minutes. Add the salt now it will bring out the flavours..
- Add the chopped vegetables and stir so they are covered in oil. Add the tomato sauce and water and simmer for 30 minutes..
- Preheat the oven in 180oC..
- Empty the contents of the pot to a baking tray and cook in the oven for an extra time of 15 minutes. It is ready!.
- Let it cool a bit and serve with some feta cheese..
While a tian and ratatouille stem from similar origins, the difference between them is still important to note. By learning to cook both, however, you'll have two more. In barely two weeks, a rat has managed to seduce the French and convince them that there might be hope yet for bridging the trans-Atlantic. Ratatouille was designed from the beginning as an experience for everyone, for all the family, with no height restriction. Summer's tastiest vegetables converge in this classic casserole.