The cuisine in France is often thought of as the best in the world and who are we to disagree? For getting a taste of classic French cooking, these rustic French dishes are the perfect place to start. You might not be able to travel there right no, but you can still enjoy the flavours of this wonderful culinary destination from home.
Rather than fine dining, these are recipes that are ideal for the home cook. They aren’t just any recipes either, as they come from the best food bloggers in the world. The people at the very top of their craft. Make sure to bookmark and follow their blogs for more great recipes. You won’t regret it.
Time to pop the apron on, forget about the diet and get stuck into these amazing rustic French dishes. Some of the best food you will ever taste.
The Best Rustic French Dishes
The best French Onion Soup with slow cooked caramelized sweet onions, crisp baked crostini and plenty of smooth melting Gruyere Cheese. This is the ultimate comfort soup and is so quick and easy to make.
Recipe created by Beth.
This savoury Tomato Mustard Tart is a classic summer recipe that French home cooks love to make every year when tomatoes are in season. It features a buttery puff pastry, with in-season ripe tomatoes, a sprinkle of grated cheese and a heavy smear of Dijon Mustard at the bottom.
Recipe created by Audrey
Crepes are much like pancakes, but they are much thinner. The basic crepe can be eaten in a variety of ways, with or without fillings. They are often paired with ice creams and fresh fruits. Whatever maybe the French way of eating them, crepes make a regular appearance on our breakfast table. Orange is one of our favourite fruits, which is why we really like the sweet and tangy Crepe Suzette.
Recipe created by The Grad Chef
This French potato salad with green beans is a hearty side dish or a wonderful lunch. It’s full of flavour, has velvety potatoes, a fresh punch from the green beans, and added substance from the hard-boiled eggs.
When your spoon dips into bronzed sugar crust then to a layer of chocolate ganache, what else could you possibly need? Your spoon is living your best life… and so is your mouth. Waiting for chocolate perfection.
Recipe created by 5 Star Cookies.
Homemade ratatouille with thin slices of eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, onion, Roma tomatoes drizzled with olive oil and served over seasoned tomato sauce.
Recipe created by Tiffany.
Apple Tart, or tarte aux pommes, is one of the most popular French tarts. It’s up there with lemon meringue tart and just as easy to put together. This apple tart is a much lighter version than the American counterpart.
Recipe created by Natalya.
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