Master These 17 Recipes If You Want to Become a Next-Level French Cook
Master These 10 Recipes If You Want to Become a Next-Level French Cook
Once you’ve mastered the basics of French cooking, you’re ready to move on to more complicated techniques.
Double-Baked Cheese Soufflé with Parmesan Cream
Tarte Tatin with Crème Fraîche
Chicken Legs Coq au Vin
Warm Chocolate Soufflé
Soufflés have a reputation for being difficult to master, but the beauty of this dessert is that, even if all goes wrong, it will still taste good. Once you have the recipe down, you can experiment with cooking times, leaving the soufflé in the oven longer if you prefer that well-done, airy texture or taking it out early to achieve a gooey center.
Classic French Macarons
Marseille-Style Shrimp Stew
Apricot Pâte de Fruit
These fruit jellies, which are sold in patisseries throughout France, are especially popular during the holidays. They may seem daunting, but they really just require a few stages, and the key ingredient of gelatin. If you can reduce liquid in a pan, mix fruit in a blender and let something rest in the refrigerator overnight, you’ve got this beloved French treat down.