Origin of ratatouilleFrench from ra-, intensifier + ta-, reduplicated, reduplication syllable + touiller, to mix from Classical Latin tudiculare, to stir about from tudicula, device for crushing olives, diminutive of tudes, hammer from root of tundere, to strike: see study
a vegetable stew of eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes, onions, and peppers, flavored with garlic and basil or other herbs and served hot or cold
A vegetable stew, usually made with eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, and onions, seasoned with herbs and garlic.
Origin of ratatouilleFrench from alteration of toillier, touiller to stir, mix ; see toil 1.
(countable and uncountable, plural ratatouilles)
- BB: To quote from Ratatouille, "Anyone can cook."
- I tried several recipes from the official appliance website during my review of the appliance, including Asian Style Chicken Wings and Ratatouille, both of which were absolutely delicious and simple to prepare.
- Other sources for party themes can be found in the recent animated feature movies: Madagascar, Ratatouille, or Cars.
- Ratatouille is a great idea because it has several elements that kids get excited about; cooking, chefs and rats.
- To tie up your Ratatouille theme together, send each chef home with a new whisk and a rubber rat.