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Saturday, December 4, 2010

French Recipe

A pot-au-feu, with (French) this recipe.Image via Wikipedia
By Rajiv Kapur

Notwithstanding new trends, propaganda and merchandising, tradition has been as strong as ever. Inside of France, good food still means authentic cooking by using pure yield from varied areas. Making home-made food and dining at the table makes your appetite evolve. The challenge is to mix cooking elements together to acquire the finest taste out of them. However almost anyone from anyplace can explore the world of french cuisines. For starters, let us find out what the french like to have.

Listed below are the top 5 well-liked recipes in France:

Roast Chicken

Undeniably roasted chicken isn't just french dish but cooked everywhere from Africa and Asia to America. However it's indeed the most popular french dish. Roasted chicken is not stuffed inside. The secret is to baste the poultry many times whilst frying with butter and cooking oil and to include an onion in the pan. Roasted chicken is generally served with green beans and potatoes.

Boeuf bourguignon

Essentially the most loved beef stew in France. Boeuf bourguignon is a standard dish from Burgundy. This is one recipe that the french love to cook a few times each winter. The beef meat is prepared in a red wine, obviously a red wine from Burgundy. Onions, bacon, mushrooms and carrots impart flavor to the recipe. But thyme, garlic and beef stock are vital to make a good boeuf bourguignon.

Mussels mariniere

A characteristic summer dish very popular along the Mediterranean & Atlantic coast. Mussels are soaked and cooked in white wine sauce with parsley, thyme, onion and bay leaf. It takes merely 4 minutes to cook a delicious mussels mariniere. The secret is to carefully season the dish and leave out any mussels that do not look good.

Sole meuniere

Although sole is a costly fish, the flavor is so good that it is considered as the tastiest fish. Sole meuniere is a recipe from Normandy. The fish is cooked in butter sauce with a little bit of flour and lemon juice. Sole is generally served with rice or green vegetables.

Pot au feu

A typical family dish coming once again from Normandy. Pot au feu is pork and boiled beef, vegetables and chicken. It calls for roughly five hours to cook as the beef has to simmer gradually to haul out all its taste. Pot au feu is commonly known as Potee Normande in France.

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