Tomato Chutney with Parmesan Crisps

From: Trish's French Country Kitchen

Chutney! The word conjures up autumn and the one season when work expended earlier in the year promises a welcome abundance of fruit and vegetables. So here goes for a sharp and tasty autumnal treat.

Pan Seared Foie Gras

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

Delicious roasted or pan fried, served with meat, fish or shellfish for a main course.

Potatoes Dauphinoise

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

For this dish, you have to select potatoes that will not turn into mash as you cook them. A carefully selected waxy potato will keep its shape and texture during cooking, not too hard and not too soft.

Oysters with Champagne Sabayon

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

A luxourious combination of two incredibly decadent ingredients.

Homemade Chocolate Truffles

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

In chocolate shops, chocolate truffles come in all sorts of flavours, but the simplest you can make at home have just three ingredients: great quality chocolate, fresh cream and a little bit of cocoa powder for dusting.

Tarte Tatin

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

Essentially an apple tart served upside down, everybody will love tarte tatin.

Salade Niçoise

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

This is surely the most famous and argued over salad in the world. My idea for deconstructing my Salade Niçoise is to present all the elements separately. The purists say there shouldn't be any vegetables at all but I am used to having green beans and potatoes in my version. Just tell yourself you are not from Nice, and go wherever your taste takes you.

Poulet aux Quarante Gousses d’Ail

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

A deliciously simple roast chicken, served with garlic cloves and crunchy bread.

Crêpes Suzette

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

Crêpes - still incredibly popular in France - offer an array of options from sweet to savoury, This recipe is for a sophisticated dessert that elevates the humble Crêpe to Suzette status.

Three Tomato Salad in Round Loaf

From: Trish's Paris Kitchen

This is an alternative use for a freshly baked loaf based on the olive oil French sandwich style known as the 'pain bagnard'. This is made with three different sorts of tomatoes, so if it’s not the summer time, you can heighten the flavour of it by roasting some with balsamic vinegar and sugar and then using some sun dried tomatoes.




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