Kitchen Experiments

Ratatouille Pizza: A Match Made In Heaven

By on October 24, 2013 10:30am EST
ratatouille pizza

Tess Wilson

The first thing I ever cooked for my darlin’ was pizza. The second? Ratatouille. And so, for our recent anniversary, I celebrated our union by making ratatouille pizza. Two wondrous foods, joined together in holy deliciousness, and the recipe is dead simple:

  1. Make ratatouille.
  2. Make or buy pizza dough.
  3. Stretch pizza dough and top with generous (slotted) spoonfuls of ratatouille.
  4. Bake.
  5. Feast.

The results are impressive and the flavors are intense, but the process of making ratatouille pizza is delightfully low-key. Ratatouille is just chopping and waiting. Pizza dough is just kneading and waiting. Put the wheels in motion early in the day and by the time evening rolls around, dinner will have practically made itself- and you’ll have fallen in love with ratatouille and pizza all over again.


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Tess Wilson

Tess Wilson writes for Apartment Therapy, reads cookbooks like they're juicy novels, and eats most full-grown men under the table. She would like just a little more salt, please.


  • Colleen

    GENIUS. I’m making this over the weekend. And maybe every day for the rest of my life.

  • Bob Bires

    Nice char on that pizza!

  • Insatiable Booksluts

    Want this. in my mouth. now.