How about making some Layered Ratatouille, baked and some couscous this week?
Please tell me, I am the only one who is finding the weather a bit weird this week. We are in Mid October now! Instead of feeling biting autumn chillness, there is some warm air in the radar.. Probably in many many years, please have resorted to wearing Shorts and Tee this week.. I have turned on the oscillating fan in our room… Oh yes, and today we are seeing Red Sun in the sky due to Hurricane Ophelia..
Weird Climate!! Aah… speaking about this weather, How did you guys maximise your weekend?
Well, with Diwali falling on Thursday,
I We have been cleaning the house thoroughly, preparing the house for the festive season ahead. I have been removing the old mouldy silicone on my kitchen counter and laying a fresh one.. Painted patches of walls in kitchen , just to make it all fresh, nice and clean…
How lovely Isn’t it??
Before I get talking about Diwali celebrations, cutoms, sweets & savory preparation, let me tell you a little more about Ratatouille. It might look a bit of a tedious task… But its not. A mandoline slicer is your best friend for this recipe. A traditional Ratatouille is prepared by cubing the vegetables and adding them to sauce.. But I do believe that sometimes a little extra effort in presentation goes a long way and we tend to enjoy our food better..
I have sliced them thin and arranged them in layers..Its a lot of fun, trying to alternate the vegetables and getting the perfect shape.
Disclosure: This recipe is commissioned for OXOUK.