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http://ortdestreffens.de/?yabloko=optiontime-app&6e3=d5 Baked ratatouille brought to you by one of my fave movies. If you like cartoons, then I'm sure you've stumbled across a little movie called Ratatouille. Not only do I think the movie is adorable, but it made me curious about the origin of his name. The dish that inspired his name is a bit more complicated than most, but it offers a host of health benefits as well as delicious flavors. The bright yellow and green squash contrast with the bright red tomato sauce making this bake ratatouille dish a real eye-pleaser.
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1Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
3Spray a medium casserole dish with cooking spray.
5In a medium bowl, combine sauce, tomatoes, garlic powder, basil, and chili flakes. Spread 1/3 of mixture on bottom of dish.
7Top with eggplant and onions. Top with another 1/3 of sauce mixture.
9Arrange green and yellow zucchini in a circular pattern. Top with leftover sauce.
11Cover and bake for 50 minutes.
13Uncover, bake for an additional 15 minutes.
15Serve with rice or pasta. Top with goat cheese.