Roasted Root Vegetable Ratatouille

The Kitchenologist©

A root vegetable “twist” on a traditional ratatouille recipe.

The first time I saw traditional ratatouille was as a cartoon in (you guessed it) the Disney movie “Ratatouille”. The dish always looked so beautiful with its sliced colorful vegetables perfectly arranged. Although my version is far from perfect looking, the colors and placement of the thin vegetable slices are quite eye-catching. For this recipe, I used a mixture of organic root vegetables from Taproot Farm – including hakurei turnips, carrots, purple daikon, and sweet potatoes. I used a mandoline for this recipe to cut the vegetables thin and then arranged them in a large round baking dish. I also topped everything with a sprinkle of panko and asiago (just for good measure). I was impressed that this entire dish was eaten in one dinner, and it’s definitely something that’s likely to become a meal staple (especially as the winter vegetables roll in). I…

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