There are a lot of non-traditional things about this version of ratatouille–the lack of herbes de province, that it’s baked and it’s prepared with both couscous and a dollop of soft goat cheese–but if the chunkier authentic stuff has never done it for you, it’s time to try this re-creation from New York-based Smitten Kitchen.
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