Originating in Nice, on the south eastern coast of France, this classic take on a Ratatouille enjoyed by Henri Matisse on the French Riviera before it was recreated by our favourite chef Remy in the film baring the dishes name.
A course stew of aubergine, tomato, onion, pepper, courgette and spices which roughly takes its name from the french word 'touiller', meaning to stir.
Guintrand has been canning locally grown fruits and vegetables in Carpentras, Provence, for well over a hundred years. Starting from humble beginnings in 1898 with only a horse drawn tomato press. Still in the family the company is now operated by the fourth generation of the Guintrand family.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place. Once opened store refrigerated and consume within 3 days.
Tomatoes, eggplants, zucchini, red and green bell peppers, onions, sunflower oil, olive oil (1% of total product weight), sugar, salt, modified cornstarch, aromatics (including celery), spices, acidifying agent E330 (citric acid).
See ingredients in bold.