Corsican dishes have their own unique style that has evolved over the centuries to create an amazing Mediterranean cuisine. The food here is somewhere between French and Italian, yet totally unique. Corsica is famous for their olive oil, their herbs, their scrubland honey, and their chestnut flour. You might not be able to travel there at the moment but you can still transport your tastebuds to the French island.
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Many of these dishes are ideal for sharing so round up some family or friends to help eat all your cooking. You will instantly fall in love with these Corsican dishes.
The Best Corsican Dishes
A Corsican specialty that pairs nicely with a Corsican red wine like Sciacarello. The veal is cooked slowly so as it melts in the mouth with tenderness.
Recipe created by Jane.
This simple pasta recipe is filled with the Corsican cheese Brocciu which gives them a lovely rich flavour.
Recipe created by Pascale.
This flourless and moist cheesecake made with Corsican cheese brocciu (or ricotta), eggs, and lemon zest is a traditional cake of this lovely Mediterranean island.
Recipe created by Jas.
The recipe is just eggs, flavoured with herbs, and stuffed with mint and goat cheese, which is a great combination, particularly for summer.
Recipe created by Kate.
These are like traditional short bread biscuits with a little twist of lemon added to give them a lovely fresh taste.
Made with two kinds of mushrooms, walnuts and sage, this pâté is rich and smooth, easy to prepare and it’s vegan. It will be just the thing to serve on your holiday table that will make both vegetarians and carnivores happy.
Recipe created by Jean.
A simple dish that uses big flavours and where the chicken is perfectly moist. You will quickly be making this on a regular basis.
Recipe created by Taste Of Home.