TOP 10: Best Classic French Recipes

30 June, 2016 , ,

#4 – Crème Brûlée

Crème Brûlée

Crème Brûlée

This custard dessert is not too sweet, but always a treat. For most people, it’s all about breaking through the crunchy sugar top, which is created by simply heating sugar on the surface until it caramelises. Yummy!

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#3 – Coq au Vin

Light and Easy

Light and Easy “Coq au Vin”

Coq au Vin comes with a certain prestige, but it certainly doesn’t mean that you can’t make it at home. Try our Light and Easy version, or our classic version. Either way, you will be amazed at how simple flavours can come together to make something so good.

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#2 – Provence-Style Chicken

Provence-Style Chicken

Provence-Style Chicken

Herbes de Provence are used quite frequently in French cooking. Generally, it consists of a dry herb mixture, which includes but is not limited to savory, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, and oregano. This chicken recipe is an excellent application, though you can use the blend (tweaked to your liking) in just about anything.

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#1 – Steak Tartare

Beef Tartare

Beef Tartare

Most food cultures have an iconic raw protein dish, but Steak or Beef Tartare really is something you have to experience. It may be an acquired taste for some, but most people are shocked at just how tasty it is. When making it, use only the best cuts of fresh meat, directly from a butcher with a good reputation, and you’ll have no troubles. If you aren’t that adventurous, you can start with Tuna Tartare, which is similar in flavour and texture to nigiri sushi or sashimi.

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