Chef AJ’s Ratatouille + Tomato Sauce + Pasta = Epic Mealtime

You guys probably know by now that I’m in love with Chef AJ and her easy, delicious and healthy recipes. My favourite recipe of hers is her Ratatouille, with is really just different Ratatouille-style vegetables cut up and roasted on a SilPat non-stick baking mat until caramelised. It’s so easy and delicious that I make it at least 3 times a week. My grocery bills have skyrocketed, as I usually only eat frugal meals of frozen broccoli and potatoes, but boy, is it worth it!

Now, my BF does not like her recipes (he dislikes almost every WFPB recipe, so it’s not your fault, AJ!), but I managed to sneak in those vegetables into a dish that he likes, regardless. I essentially did this by combining Chef AJ’s delicious Ratatouille with a dish of the best, most flavourful Tomato Sauce I ever tried and whole wheat pasta. And you know: you can’t go wrong with pasta and Tomato Sauce. [Disclaimer: Chef AJ does not eat any flour products, you can easily enjoy this meal over spiralised zucchini or a good old potato or even rice].

Ratatouille Pasta

So here’s how it goes.

You prepare Chef AJ’s delicious Ratatouille as AJ herself presents in this video. I used zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, onions and mushrooms.
While that is baking, you fix a portion of this Tomato Sauce (hold the salt) and boil some whole wheat pasta (alternatively, you can use any other whole grain pasta).

In the end, mix it all together in a huge stainless steel bowl. Please do NOT use a plastic bowl, mine is still red and will probably stay red for all eternity!

So there you have it: a delicious plant-based lunch or dinner that is packed with vegetables and even satisfies people who do not eat this way.

  • Chef AJ

    So glad you like it! I eat the whole tray when I make it! It is great over the Zoodles with maRAWnara.!

    • Christian

      I actually started making two trays at the same time because one tray wasn’t enough ?