Sep 8 2017
Prep 10 mn- cooking 5 hours on low
Ratatouille reminds me of my summers in the South of France when I was a kid. As much as I love eating it, making ratatouille takes time. It needs to simmer for as long as possible to get all the flavors to mix and infuse nicely. I thought I would give it a shot in my slow cooker and it turned out super delicious, and could not have been easier to prepare.
I always make extra and keep it in the freezer!
Place all the in ingredients in your slow cooker, set it on low for 5-6 hours.
It always help to stir once in a while. You might need to adapt seasoning and add more salt and pepper to it. Don't forget to remove and toss the bouquet garni.
I love ratatouille with roasted chicken, fish, on a bed of rice or quinoa. I also love using the leftovers to make a nice quiche or frittata, or even serve with a fried egg on top!