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Winter Squash Ratatouille







Categories: Vegetables, *web/email, Winter squa
Yield: 4 servings

1 lb Meaty tomatoes
2/3 lb Onions
2 Garlic cloves
6 oz Green bell pepper
1 1/2 lb Acorn or butternut squash;
-peeled and seeded
1/2 bn Fresh parsley; with stems
4 ts Olive oil
Salt
Pepper
7 tb Water
1 Bay leaf
1 Sprig thyme
2/3 c Brown and wild rice; cooked
-in
2 c Water

A new version of a classic vegetable stew that is high in vitamins A and C.
Instead of zucchini, this stew uses winter squash. Sweet potatoes may be
substituted.

GROCERY: 2 large tomatoes, 2 onions, 1 green bell pepper.

1. PREP - Scald the tomatoes, peel, and dice (1/2-inch), removing seeds and
stem bases. Peel the onions and garlic; cut onions into eighths. Quarter
the peppers, wash, seed, and cut into strips, 1/4-inch wide. Cut squash
into 1-inch cubes. Strip off the parsley leaves, reserving the stems.

2. WOK - First heat the wok and then heat the oil in it. Briefly stir-fry
the vegetables in batches. Add salt and pepper, put the garlic through the
press into the wok, and add 7 tablespoons water. Tie the bay leaf, thyme,
and parsley stems into a bouquet and lay it in the wok. Braise the
vegetables, covered, over low heat for about 25 minutes.

3. Season the ratatouille with salt and pepper to taste and fold in the
parsley leaves. Serve with rice or French bread.

Serves 4. Stew: 138 cals, 5g fat (32%). Stew with 1/2-cup brown and wild
rice each: 170cals, 6g fat (28% cff)

Recipe by: Marlisa Szwillus (1997) Vegetarian Wok Cooking

Posted to EAT-LF Digest by Pat Hanneman on Jan 14,
1999,
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