This Provençal Tian is a burst of beautiful flavours reminiscent of a Summer holiday in Provence. Best served hot or warm with a side of wholegrain rice or quinoa. It makes a nice change from ratatouille.
You can cut the vegetables by hand or with a food processor. I made this using my new Veggie Bullet of course 🙂 . What a time saver!
If you have ever been to the South of France, then you’ll know that aubergines, courgettes and tomatoes are the cornerstones of Provençal cuisine.
Whenever I visit my parents, I never miss a chance to stroll through the markets with the kids. The bounty of juicy and fresh produce ripen under the sun fills me with joy. We make sure to always go by the “ugly” farmer stand, the one who has the weirdest shaped vegetables and fruits. Often “cracked” by the sun and showing a bit of dirt on their skins, they are always the tastiest.