27 recipes available
- African style chicken : Smoked chicken with beans and tomato-coconut sauce.
- Chicken breasts in a potato crust : Chicken in a potato crust with peas.
- Chicken breasts with tarragon : Chicken breasts grilled, with tarragon and white wine sauce
- Chinese style chicken : Chicken dices, small vegetables and soya sauce
- Five hours poultry : Poultry of unbelievable tenderness.
- Lille style chicken : Chicken, cream and mushrooms.
- Quick chicken curry : Chicken, curry spices and cream.
- Blanquette of veal : Slow-cooked veal with a thickened sauce.
- Boeuf (beef) bourguignon : Beef cooked slowly in red wine.
- Carbonnade : Slow-cooked meat with beer, carrots and onions.
- Escalope of veal in a cream sauce : Escalopes of veal, cream, mushrooms and lemon.
- Express chilli con carne : Express version of a classic Tex-Mex dish.
- Hamburgers : Nothing like the fast-food ones.
- Involtinis : Small veal and ham rolls stuffed with cheese and parsley.
- Larded pork tenderloin : Larded pork tenderloin with mustard.
- Loin of pork with herbs and julienne vegetables : Pork loin furnished with herbs and vegetables julienne.
- Morteau sausage : Morteau sausage on a bed of fried potatoes.
- Potted meat (rillettes) : Two kinds of meat and very long cooking.
- Rabbit with mustard : Rabbit sautéed in mustard, with broad beans, mushrooms and bacon.
- Steak burger topped with egg : A steak burger topped with a perfectly cooked egg.
- Tomato meat balls : Meatballs cooked in a tasty fresh tomatoes sauce
- Tournedos Rossini : Buttered toast, tournedos steak, foie gras and Noilly Prat sauce.
- Wiener Schnitzel : Thin breaded veal cutlet.
Traditional recipes of French cooking
- Cassoulet : Slow-cooked casserole of dried whilte beans and different meats.
- Seven-hour lamb : Leg of lamb cooked long and slow.
- Pâté de campagne : A classic of French country cooking.
- Paté en croute (terrine in a pie crust) : Different layers of cooked meats in shortcrust pastry. -
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