French Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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Beef & Cheddar Quiche

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
Beef & Cheddar Quiche

Submitted by WARLIKE
Anna's Veal Stew

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
Anna's Veal Stew

Heat olive oil. Saute scallions & garlic for 5 mins. Add vegetables and saute for 5 more minutes, add meat and brown for 10 mins. Add chicken broth and boil, reduce heat to low and cover and cook for 2 hrs.

Submitted by SKYHI55
Pork Chops Provencal

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
Pork Chops Provencal

Quick & Filling

Submitted by CANTATA
CCC Beef with lemongrass
CCC Beef with lemongrass

Another recipe flavorful and easy to make for lunch
Warning predict the weather from the marinade!

Healthy morning BLT
Healthy morning BLT

A healthier version of the BLT

Submitted by PREACHERMAN2034
Bacon, Mushroom & Onion Quiche with Oat Crust
Bacon, Mushroom & Onion Quiche with Oat Crust

Delicious and filling high protein meal with a whole grain, super easy crust. Serve with a salad or veggie for a great dinner or take a slice cold for lunch!

Submitted by COURT811
Reveillon Tourtiere
Reveillon Tourtiere

French Canadian traditional Christmas meat pie

Submitted by LAFROGGUE
AJ's Crustless Ham, Cheese & Broccoli Quiche
AJ's Crustless Ham, Cheese & Broccoli Quiche

Eggs, broccoli, ham, cheese, cream. Yum.

Submitted by AJ8888
six pates
six pates

traditional French Canadian New year dish. original recipe calls for a whole bbox of bisquick, 5 lbs potatoes, 4lbs beef, 2lbs pork, 1lb turkey, 1/2 lb veal. This one's a bit lighter! Still high in cals, but once a year should be ok

Submitted by DMLADKINS
Beef roll
Beef roll

Low carb, great source os B vitamines.

Submitted by ZABELINA1
Air Fried Pork Loin
Air Fried Pork Loin

Simple recipe

Submitted by JRINKEVIC
Beef Bourginion
Beef Bourginion

comfort food with a flavorful broth made in the crock-pot

Submitted by ONAMI86
Mustard Tomato Cream Sauce
Mustard Tomato Cream Sauce

Panfried Pork Loin with Tomato Mustard Cream Sauce

Submitted by GRACENOEL
Garlic Beef Kebab
Garlic Beef Kebab

Beef marinated with garlic and herbes de provence

Submitted by GRACENOEL
Croque Monsieur
Croque Monsieur

Croque Monsieur literally means "Mister Crispy." What is not to like! A great "knife and fork" sandwich. Very tasty and filling. A French staple.

Submitted by SLCCOLE
Parisian Beef Stew
Parisian Beef Stew

A much quicker take on Beef Bourguignon, served over noodles or rice. Noodles/rice not included in calculations.

Submitted by MSCHRIS228
French Beef Stew
French Beef Stew

Slow cooker version on classic beef bourguignon

Submitted by MSCHRIS228
Quiche Leek, Kale & Mushroom
Quiche Leek, Kale & Mushroom

Crustless spinach, mushroom and red pepper quiche with light cheddar cheese.

Submitted by JACQUELINEL3
Sirloin in creamy burgundy sauce
Sirloin in creamy burgundy sauce

The trick to this dish is long cook time on low. If acidic foods upset you, lower the amount of tomato paste by half.

Submitted by AARONSGIRL420
Ragout of Broccolini, Beans, Clams, & Sausage
Ragout of Broccolini, Beans, Clams, & Sausage

f/ Fast Food My Way w/ Jaques Pepin (yay PBS!)

Submitted by DAMIENDUCKS
Pork Chops in Hard Cider
Pork Chops in Hard Cider

In our travels through the Normandy area of France, we discovered the French style of hard apple cider -- very different from the American version. It's a little sweeter than the American version and comes in dry or semi-dry versions. This recipe was inspired by a fantastic dinner I had in Bayeux, although I've substituted boneless pork chops for the French-style bone-in chops to cut down on the fat. If you can find a French hard cider, give it a try. For this recipe, I used a dry British hard cider that I found at Trader Joe's and it is very similar in taste and texture to those we tasted in Normandy. For drinking purposes, make sure to serve it well chilled first!

You can substitute a pear for the apple for a slightly different, sweeter result. The picture shows this dish served with my roasted green beans and slices of baguette topped with a 1/2 slice of pear and a dot of chevre then toasted.

Submitted by COPPERHEAD71
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