A variation to the French Classic. This is an easy to make Ratatouille Stack. Top the Ratatouille Stack with homemade Soubise Sauce which is a fun addition

Who doesn’t love Ratatouille?

It is one of my favorite dishes in the world!

…and one of my favorite movies shares the same name.

Front view of a stack of fresh veggies doused with soubise sauce - Ratatouille Stack

My wacky brain thought of trying the Ratatouille Stack with a creamy sauce.  The creamy sauce I used was Soubise Sauce

Lately, I am putting the soubise sauce on almost everything I am eating. It worked great as a carrot dip.  That was one way to get me to eat my carrots.

Yesterday, I tried it as a topping on steamed broccoli with pine nuts!

Needless to say, it was délicieux!

So, the next thing to do was to use it on my favorite food.

Closeup view of a stack of roasted vegetables doused with soubise sauce - Ratatouille Stack

Zucchini and squash are perfect base for the Ratatouille stack with Soubise sauce.

Adding basil and oregano dried spice before roasting them was a great idea! The flavors seeped into the vegetables making them even more flavorful.

I think even Julia Child would approve of this Ratatouille Stack!

I thought of adding other vegetables to it like potatoes and tomatoes.  However, I think that this recipe works great with only these veggies.

Overall, I don’t consider this a very healthy recipe because of all that cream in the Soubise sauce.  The veggies are a good way to get

Pardon me, I have to go now.  I am going to watch Remy the mouse and devour my Ratatouille Stack.

My favorite line from the movie, “Ratatouille” is “[Humans] don’t just survive; they discover; they create…  I mean, just look at what they do with food!” – Remy

What is your favorite line from that movie?

Recipe Details (Makes 2 servings of Ratatouille Stack)

how to make vegetarian Ratatouille Stack

Ratatouille Stack With Soubise Sauce

A stack of ratatouille served with Soubise sauce
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine French
Servings 2 people
Calories 226 kcal


  • 1 zucchini medium sized, cut into rounds
  • 1 squash medium sized, cut into rounds
  • 1 Japanese eggplant medium sized, cut into rounds
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp pepper freshly ground
  • 1 tsp basil dried
  • 1/2 tsp oregano dried
  • 1/2 tsp olive oil
  • 2 cup soubise sauce


  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Use broil settings
  • In a mixing bowl, add the vegetables, olive oil and spices. Mix well
  • In an oven-safe pan, arrange the vegetables in alternating colors.
  • Place the vegetables in the oven and allow to broil for about 25 minutes
  • Remove the vegetables from the oven
  • On a plate, arrange the Ratatouille Stack by using a pair of tongs
  • Top with with Soubise Sauce. Here is my take on the Soubise Sauce

Serve this Ratatouille Stack slightly warm. Makes for a great side dish too.


    Nutrition info is approximate


    Serving: 3gCalories: 226kcalCarbohydrates: 54gProtein: 26gFat: 60gSaturated Fat: 36gCholesterol: 182mgSodium: 1311mgPotassium: 2281mgFiber: 13gSugar: 28gVitamin A: 42240IUVitamin C: 98.8mgCalcium: 538mgIron: 4.1mg
    Keyword ratatouille recipes, Ratatouille stack
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    Ratatouille Stack made with fresh squash (Yellow and Green), Eggplants. Topped with Souibise sauce. Quick and simple to make. Fun way to eat vegetables

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      1. Thank you so much, Prash, for stopping by. I am so glad you found me and I found your blog. I will be sure to follow you on all other social media.