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Published Sunday, 09 June, 2013 by Potato

Easy and quick!



  • - two fresh tomatoes
  • - two table spoons tomato paste
  • - one green pepper
  • - half an onion (or an entire onion if it's small)
  • - one or two eggs (as you prefer)
  • - olive oil
  • - salt and pepper


Chop the onion. Put 2 table spoons of olive oil in a pan and start cooking the chopped onion. Add the tomato paste and stir constantly for 2 or 3 minutes. Add some water and stir.

dice the tomatoes and add them to the pan. Add salt and pepper to your liking. You need to stir from time to time and add water in order for your mixture not to stick to the pan.

chop the pepper. When the tomato mix is almost smooth, add the pepper and let cook for 3 or 4 minutes (you just need the pepper to be cooked).

finally add the egg(s), season it/them and cover your pan. Your ratatouille is ready when the egg(s) is/are done.

note: if you have more time you can add diced potatoes and courgettes to your ratatouille.


  • Lebron James 5 years ago

    Master piece....

  • Megan 6 years ago

    I loved it.
    not pretty but yum

  • Megan 6 years ago

    I'm going to try it for breakfast hope it's good(i'm turning eleven in a month so if this doesn't turn out well i can't be blamed) i'll get back to u

  • 6 years ago

    Sara that sounds rather tasty :p thanx ^^

  • Sara 6 years ago

    I actually didn't have any tomato sauce or peppers with me, so i didn't have the chance to make the sauce - i used 3 mushrooms instead of the peppers.
    rather than mixing the eggs with the sauce, i cracked the eggs and stirred them with the mixture.

    it doesn't look really inviting, but it's edible and it tastes really nice! Next time i'll try to have some tomato sauce and peppers with me! :) but overall, i would say that inaisse did a really good job.

  • 6 years ago

    Emma, yes this is how you do it

  • Emma 6 years ago

    Do you crack the egg just straight into the mixture and let it cook into the sauce?

  • Nathalie L 6 years ago

    Adding zuccini and some bacon makes this a nice sauce for some pasta

  • 6 years ago

    Pi93 not much, just half a cup from time to time when you feel the ratatouille is too thick or sticking to the pan

  • Pi93 6 years ago

    Can somebody tell me how much water you need approximately?

  • 6 years ago

    Yeah you can do without the peppers as well :d happy you like it :)

  • Jaden 6 years ago

    Made this when i was bored and hungry at home. Left out the peppers on account of i didn't have any. Wasn't sure what to expect, but it turned out amazing!

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