French cooking has a well-deserved reputation of producing exquisite flavors, with delightful sauces, puffy pastries, and rich ingredients. But it doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming. Join us for a look at some of the basic techniques that will help you to save time in the kitchen – they’re simple to learn and easy to apply for delicious meals any night of the week!
Anyone can shape their own baguettes at home. With just a few quick steps, you can have this iconic French loaf on your dinner table tonight! Serve with a steaming hot pot of soup or alongside a cheese board. Whether using sourdough or a dough made with fast rising yeast, it’s simple to form the long, thin loaf. Read more now on Foodal!
French breakfasts are normally simple as well as a bit sweet. They are truly are a fantastic way to begin your day. There is nothing that can match a piece of “Gâteau au yaourt” or homemade yogurt cake – accompanied by a piping-hot cup of café au lait. Yogurt cake is among the simplest French recipes to make and can be whipped up in a hurry.
If you’d been a fly on our kitchen walls this past week, you would have seen a lot of easy weeknight dinners going on. After we followed Tamar Adler’s advice and, in one big batch of cooking, filled our fridge with jars and Pyrex packed with roasted eggplant, boiled potatoes, roasted yellow squash and so …