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Lamb Rack with Ratatouille

Watch as Anna Gare prepares a one tray roasted lamb rack recipe with delicious roasted vegetables.

Lamb

Ratatouille

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Posted by Ivan21 • 4y ago • Report
Quick , easy & healthy, thanks!
Posted by KrystynaCooks • 4y ago • Report
I absolutely LOVE Ratatouille as we have it hot when I first make it then we eat it cold throughout the week. I make mine from a recipe from the FOOD NETWORK site..mine is a tweaked version from the American chef the late great CRAIG CLAIBORNE whose book THE CHINESE COOKBOOK co written with Virginia Lee is where I first learnt how to cook chinese. I just put all my vegetables, Onion, Garlic, Zuchinni, Eggplant & Red Capsicum...all chopped with a large can of chopped Tomatoes into a saucepan with Oil & cook till tender about 20 minutes. The only spices I use are salt & pepper..It couldn't be easier
Posted by KrystynaCooks • 3y ago • Report
Sorry I do add a few more spices, I love to add FRESHLY GRATED NUTMEG, a pinch of CRUSHED DRIED HOT CHILLIES, good pinch DRIED FENNEL SEED and MOST IMPORTANTLY I HAVE ALWAYS ADDED ITALIAN HERB MIX ( about A GOOD DESSERTSPOON) & because my partner MARK has a sweet tooth I add a good SLURP of Heinz TOMATO SAUCE from the bottle followed by a dessert spoon of white sugar but be stingy with that. I find it best to BUY THE SPICES in the packets HOYTS brand is what i get as it is always cheaper & if you don't use spices often this way they DO NOT GET STALE.
I keep my spices in the refrigerator door BUT if you can't A GOOD WAY TO KEEP THE WEEVILS OUT of FLOUR , ROLLED OATS, SPICES in fact anything is to USE DRIED BAY LEAF Simply just throw it into your flour, oats it WILL NOT CHANGE THE TASTE of it at all
Posted by Laurie22 • 4y ago • Report
Never cooked or even eaten Ratatouille, is now one of my favourites. Fantastic flavour and so easy
Posted by IR • 2y ago • Report
I add a bit of stock to my ratatouille and a pinch of cinnamon, everyone always asks me for the recipe, wondering what that special taste is. I think it also helps that all the vegies are from my father in laws vegie patch!