French Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
Easiest Quiche recipe, ever. To sub out toppings, you want about 2 cups of whatever meat/cheese/veggies combo you like total per 4 eggs. This mix perfectly fills a standard frozen pie crust from the store really well! Even better the next day in lunch, so go ahead and make two!Submitted by SAMHAINHEATHER
Another recipe flavorful and easy to make for lunch
Warning predict the weather from the marinade!
I saw a not as healthy version of Steak Frites, the French dish, on America's Test Kitchen. I decided to make a healthier version by skipping the butter, choosing top round steak over ribeye steak, grilling instead of frying, dressing the greens with red wine vinegar instead of regular salad dressing, using sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes for more fiber and nutrients, and baking with parchment paper and cinnamon instead of frying with peanut oil and cornstarch.Submitted by PARADISE131
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.
This is an awesome recipe, which I modified but did not invent. Credit goes to Helene Samuel from France via Dorie Greenspan. You can change this recipe in lots of fun ways, including substituting rice for bread or adding hearty greens, etc. This is similar to the classic version, but the pepper has been removed.Submitted by KATE937