27 comments

  1. Lara Matos said: replied:

    This looks seriously amazing. And if you ignore the cheese, not too unhealthy either! Great recipe for summer, thank you for sharing.

    4 Aug 2011 | Reply
  2. Julip Made said: replied:

    Ahhh Victoria, this looks amazing and mouthwatering and yummy. Once again you’ve read my mind because ratatouille is one of my all time favorite dishes either as a meal or a side to a protein. Add some fresh baked bread to soak up the juices… perfection. Sometimes I also do a mix between a ratatouille and caponata with capers or olives, but never baked so I will definitely have to try this. Although it is wayy to hot for oven use here yet.

    4 Aug 2011 | Reply
  3. kat tanita said: replied:

    MMMM this looks absolutely delicious! I am going to make this next week for dinner! Healthy and easy what could be better :)

    4 Aug 2011 | Reply
  4. Naomi@Design Manifest said: replied:

    I’m totally making this for a Thanksgiving side. I don’t care if its not summer anymore :)

    22 Nov 2011 | Reply
  5. […] this was my “work-with-what-you-got” table.  I also successfully prepared two delicious sides- Victoria’s baked ratatouille, and Julie’s Roast butternut squash and kale salad.  Thanks for inspiring, […]

    28 Jan 2013 |
  6. […] also made baked ratatouille, based on this recipe found at VMAC & Cheese, which was gobbled up in a matter of […]

    14 May 2013 |
  7. Denae said: replied:

    This was amazing! thank you for sharing your recipe!

    10 Feb 2014 | Reply
  8. Britain said: replied:

    I made this recipe yesterday, and it was delicious; however, if it became a bit “juicy” after cooking, did it go too far. The “juice” was delicious, but I wanted to ask if that is typical. I don’t see it on yours.

    18 Mar 2014 | Reply
  9. […] Fall may have my heart when it comes to fashions, but food wise? I’m totally a summer girl. Who can say no to the bounty of fresh vegetables, fruits and fragrant herbs that hit their peak this time…Read full details […]

    7 Aug 2014 |
  10. […] those dreaded vegetables.  Here’s a link to the recipe I used from this random blog I found Baked Ratatouille VMac & Cheese.  Since none of my kids ate it, I had it again for lunch, just as good the second time around. […]

    9 Aug 2014 |
  11. GLORIA KOUROUNIS said: replied:

    Can’t wait to try this! I’m diabetic and looking for low carb recepies of foods I like. I think this will be one to keep. Thankx.

    11 Sep 2014 | Reply
  12. Beth said: replied:

    I watched the movie today and decided I would try to find a recipe online so I could try Ratatouille for myself and I found you awesome looking picture. I cooked it and just now had my first bite and it was so good. This is something I look forward to cooking for my kids every fall! What a tasty way to get kids to eat veggies. I only wish I had found your recipe sooner. Thanks so much~Beth

    16 Oct 2014 | Reply
  13. […] Baked ratatouille […]

    3 Dec 2014 |
  14. Abi said: replied:

    Made this tonight. Left off the cheese for dieting friends and used less oil but served with feta cheese and toasted bread. It was delicious! It was a bit juicy but I think if I left the foil of. For the last twenty mins of cooking it would evaporate a bit. I love the flavours the onions give in the bottom, and it looks so pretty! A nicer alternative to our usual slow cooker version.

    3 Mar 2015 | Reply
  15. Sharon said: replied:

    This is one of my favorite recipes. I’ve made it dozens of times. I leave off the cheese and add a tablespoon or two of Herbs de Provence. It is so delicious. Chopped up next day and tossed with pasta is wonderful too. I wanted to thank you for a great recipe that has made many happy meals.

    16 Mar 2015 | Reply
  16. Danielle C said: replied:

    Let me start by saying I am NOT a cook! But I wanted to try to make a dish that would really be liked by the family, and that’s when I came across this recipe. I have made it several times now, and each time is better and better! I enjoy making it and it’s delicious! This is the only recipe I use now for baked ratatouille. Everyone loves it! Thanks for the easy recipe, and for making me enjoy cooking ; )

    7 Apr 2015 | Reply
  17. Jess H said: replied:

    I made this recipe tonight and it was simply amazing. I hosted a dinner party and one of my guests is a vegetarian… she absolutely adored this dish, as did the rest of us! The vegetables sang and the parmesan cheese gave it a beautiful depth. Kudos and thank you for making my dinner party a huge success!

    3 Jul 2015 | Reply
  18. Kae said: replied:

    This was one of the most straightforward ratatouille recipes I found! I followed your recipe (but swapped baby bella mushrooms for the eggplant) and it was so delicious! My family (and guest) loved it. We paired it with some garlic naan bread and it was fantastic. We are using the leftovers tonight as a cold bruschetta! Thanks for the recipe!

    23 Jul 2015 | Reply
  19. v said: replied:

    The sadly gone restaurant, Magic Pan, a crepe restaurant used to make a Ratatouille crepe that was outstanding. I’ve never had Ratatouille since because nothing could compare. I wonder if this could be stuffed in a crepe!

    3 Aug 2015 | Reply
  20. sandra reinbold said: replied:

    I made this dish with a few changes that turned out very delicious and is now a family favorite. I mixed half a can of tomato paste with water and a few glugs of balsamic vinegar to make a cup. I then sauted a cup of cherry tomatoes and added the tomato paste mixture and the cherry tomatoes over the onions. I proceeded with layering the veggies and crumbled feta cheese on top with shredded basil. Covered it for thirty minutes, cooked further for ten minutes with the top off.

    23 Aug 2015 | Reply

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