A simple baguette with cheese, a hearty Beef Bourguignon stew, a sky-high chocolate soufflé— there’s something for every taste in French cooking. French recipes are diverse in the extreme, from haute cuisine like coq au vin or cassoulet to cuisine nouvelle (new cooking) dishes like Chateaubriand.
This veggie-packed French meal is full of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Serve with crusty French bread for an all-around satisfying meal!
Turkey Fillet Mignon with Asparagus
A healthier take on a classic French dinner, this recipe subs turkey breast for fillet mignon to cut back on fat and calories.
Fried Eggs and Ratatouille
Ratatouille is a great dish to have for breakfast all week because it gets better as it sits. I’ve been known to just have a bowl of ratatouille for breakfast, but topping it with a runny egg is a breakfast that will bring a smile to your face. When preparing the vegetables make sure you cut them all into equally sized pieces. If you end up cutting the eggplant a little bigger that’s fine. The eggplant tends to break down during the cooking process and gives the ratatouille body and thickness.
Coq au Vin
This somewhat simpler take on the French classic will soon make it a dinner table tradition.
At the end of summer, when eggplant and zucchini are in season, make a big batch of this special ratatouille and celebrate the harvest with your neighbors.
A new take on a classic ratatouille recipe—this hearty version calls for fresh ricotta cheese to add heft and flavor.
Low-Fat Honey Crepes
Lightly sweetened with honey, these crepes make the perfect wrap for fruit desserts.
In shallow dish, mix together flour, salt and pepper. Add chicken, one piece at a time, dredging to coat. In large frypan, place butter and…