Sunday, October 6, 2013

Ratatouille Kebabs -2nd guest post by Sapana Behl

Hello Friends,

Happy to see you again on guest post series... Today here I am with my 2nd Guest post...Hope you all might have enjoyed my first guest post by my lovely food blogger friend Tazeen as Sabudana Wada

Pleased to welcome my lovely guest for today, Sapana, owner of Cookingwithsapana. She is my fellow food blogger and I came to know about her through blogging. She is a wonderful, friendly and down to earth person.The best thing about her blog is that the frequency of posts is so amazing with great varieties of recipes almost everyday!!! Simply impressive right from the taste to presentation. I like many recipes from her blog like Eggless black forest cake, Kadhai Mushroom, Samosa, Keasr Peda and many more..And do visit her space for such more delicious recipes. She has come up with delicious starter, Ratatouille Kebabs to be shared here. Enjoy!!

Let's hear from Sapana,
Pooja  is a wonderful person and a versatile blogger and mother of a very pretty and charming girl. I came to know about her via blogging and since then adore the way she cooks. She has a huge collection of exotic recipes. Her recipes are quite innovative and healthy. I  like many recipes on her blog and few of them are Sabudana Pizza, Chienese Bhel, Carrot Cake, Modak, Tomato Potato poori and many more. One thing I admire most is the neatness in her photography . So friends what are you waiting for, do check Pooja's space for healthy and scrumptious recipes.
Thanks Pooja for giving me this opportunity to write a guest post for you. I wish you all success in your life . I was thinking of making a starter , and Ratatouille Kebabs were the best choice . Ratatouille is the famous French dish , originally considered to be Farmer's food but now has taken a prominent role in hotels and restaurants all over the World .These kebabs are hassle free to prepare and packed with buckets of nutrients and antioxidants. 

  • 1 cup tomato paste
  • 1 teaspoon chili flakes/powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 2 teaspoons vinegar
  • salt to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon Pepper corn , crushed
  • 4 finger eggplants, cut into rounds
  • 1 small zucchini, cut into small pieces
  • 1 red capsicum, seeded and chopped 
  • 1 yellow capsicum, seeded and chopped 
  • 12 mini bamboo skewers


Soak 12 bamboo skewers in water for at least 15 minutes .

Into a small pan add the tomato paste with the chilli flakes, oregano, vinegar, salt and pepper powder . Cook over low heat for 5 minutes or till cooked. Cover and set aside.

Drain the skewers and alternately thread with the eggplant, zucchini, red and yellow capsicum.

Brush the skewers lightly with oil and cook on tawa or bake in oven for 15 minutes turning occasionally, until vegetables are tender and golden.
Serve the kebab skewers among serving plates and drizzle with the tomato sauce mixture.

Hope you've enjoyed Sapana's delicious starter! Thanks for stopping by my space..

Would you like to post your recipe on my space, please send me an email on I would love to hear from you soon. Be my guest!

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  1. Very nice and fast recipe. Love it.

  2. Once again thanks Shweta for this opportunity to write a guest post for you . Keep smiling and Always the best for you !!

  3. Nice and simple recipe..will try this at home soon:)

  4. Lovely guest post, quick and fast recipe....

  5. Wow! Lovely combination of flavors.. I really loved these ratatouille kebabs.. Awesome guest post Pooja & Sapana :-)

  6. Its simple so tempting. Love how the veges stand out in the sticks plus the sauce is another catch to this recipe.

  7. Wonderful guest post . sapana behl.

  8. Such a simple yet tasty and amazing recipe. love the clicks.
    thanks for sharing.

  9. wonderful was nice to read the recipe....


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