French Recipes (Most Popular)
The semi soft version of the farmer's cheese works wonders for this recipes and can be easily find in all grocery stores. For this recipe you will need an 8inch/20cm non stick skillet or omelet pan. You can serve them warm or at room temperature. If you want them warm, keep the over preheated at less then 200F.Submitted by MARIUSCOSMOS
I give credit to JENNLOVE for inspiring this recipe with her Crustless Spinach, Onion and Feta Quiche recipe. I love to wander through the farmer's market, pick out the seasonal fresh vegetables, and figure out later what to do with them. This is how this dish came to be. Because of the skim milk and reduced amount of eggs, it is more similar in texture to a frittata than a true French quiche, which is richer and creamier. But it is still very good and makes a good dish for dinner or a nice Sunday brunch. My son (Mr. I-Hate-Quiche) loved this and gobbled down two slices.Submitted by COPPERHEAD71
This is a basic quiche recipe that I used all the time when I lived in France. The Lorraine in the recipe is the bacon, onion & swiss cheese. You can take those items out and replace them with anything you like. Any type of veggies in the house usually will work!Submitted by FRANCOPHILE619
Cassoulet is typically meat-heavy with some vegetables. This version is vegetable-heavy with some meat. I also made a vegetarian version by replacing the meat with some imitation-meat.
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This recipe is from the Feb. 2010 issue of Vegetarian Times, and includes some ultimate winter comfort foods: cheese and butternut squash!
This is a great way to play with mushrooms and enjoy some traditional French ingredients (Duxelle is a French mushroom paste that they use in EVERYTHING savory!). Enjoy it with Hungry Girl's Chicken Cordon Bleu or a simple roasted chicken!