Category: French Recipes

French Lemon Tart - Tarte au citron - being sliced to serve

diet-eat.net – Lemon Tart | RecipeTin Eats

What makes this Lemon Tart so perfect? It’s the lemon curd filling. It’s not too sweet but not mouth-puckeringly sour either, and so custardy it just melts in the mouth. This is a classic French tart that’s elegant and pretty as a picture, yet the filling is as simple as can be: just eggs, sugar,

Duck Confit on a bed of French lentils

diet-eat.net – Duck Confit (French slow-cooked duck)

Duck Confit is an adored and age-old French preparation for duck legs. Whole legs are slow-cooked in duck fat until the meat is meltingly tender, then the skin quickly crisped to golden perfection. This is a traditional Duck Confit recipe that’s low-effort and DOESN’T require buckets of duck fat! It’s waste-conscious and simple, yet a

Bowl of Warm French Goat

diet-eat.net – Warm French Goat’s Cheese Salad (Salade de Chêvre Chaud)

Warm Goat’s Cheese Salad is a classic starter found in bistros all across France. Called Salade de Chêvre Chaud, it’s a fresh leaf salad with nuts and bacon, and crowned with pan-fried goat’s cheese medallions that are golden outside and oozing inside. Simple to make, this most French of French salads makes for a chic

Overhead photo of freshly baked brioche in a loaf pan, fresh out of the oven

diet-eat.net – Brioche | RecipeTin Eats

Rich and buttery, yet amazingly light and elegant, Brioche is one of the crowning glories of traditional French baking. Making delicious, boulangerie-quality brioche at home is actually far easier than you’d think. With this Brioche recipe, you’ll never have to settle again for the pricey and poor imitations from the shops! Brioche recipe If you’ve ever

Sauce Vierge ingredients in a bowl

diet-eat.net – Sauce Vierge | RecipeTin Eats

Sauce Vierge is a French modern classic. It’s a wonderfully fresh, vinaigrette-style sauce that’s particularly great with seafood. I featured and paired this elegant sauce with my Tuna Steak recipe. Its use doesn’t end with seafood though! Also serve it with chicken, pork or vegetables. You could also use as a salsa dip, or pile

diet-eat.net – Croque Monsieur – the ultimate ham & cheese sandwich!

Croque Monsieur is a hot ham and cheese sandwich, done the French way! Béchamel sauce, ham, cheese and a smear of Dijon mustard, grilled until it’s oozing, this sandwich is the king of grilled cheeses! Look away if you’re dieting: this recipe calls for not one, not two, but THREE different types of cheese. If

Ratatouille in a bowl with a side of crusty bread

diet-eat.net – Ratatouille – French Provencal Vegetable Stew

Ratatouille is a French vegetable stew that at first glance seems like a simple, humble dish. But made well, it punches well above its weight, a summery stunner bursting with Mediterranean flavours! The key to a great ratatouille is to sauté each vegetable separately before braising together. Healthy, versatile, and not just vegetarian but also

Spoon scooping up Creme Brûlée

diet-eat.net – Creme Brûlée (French vanilla custard)

By:Nagi Published:23 Apr ’21Updated:23 Apr ’21 A classic Creme Brûlée with a silky smooth rich custard and crunchy caramel top. French chic sophistication in dessert form – yet it’s so easy to make! Just 4 simple ingredients: cream, egg yolks, sugar and vanilla. Excellent make ahead dessert for an elegant dinner party, yet easy enough

Beef Bourguignon in a pot, ready to be served

diet-eat.net – Beef Bourguignon (Beef Burgundy) | RecipeTin Eats

Considered by many to be the mother of all stews, Beef Bourguignon is a French dish made with beef, bacon lardons, carrots, onions and mushrooms slow cooked in a rich red wine sauce. For the most magnificent stew of your life, start this 2 days before you plan to serve it, do not shortcut pan-roasting

Potatoes au gratin (Dauphinoise Potatoes) fresh out of the oven

diet-eat.net – Potatoes au Gratin (Dauphinoise) | RecipeTin Eats

Potatoes au Gratin – forget scalloped potatoes, THIS is the creme de la creme of all potato recipes!! Also known as Dauphinoise Potatoes, this French classic is made with layers upon layers of finely sliced potatoes, cream, butter and cheese with a hint of fresh thyme. Adapted from a Julia Child’s recipe, this is luxurious and thoroughly

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