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From chocolate mousse to steak au poivre, these trés French recipes will help you celebrate Bastille Day at home like a Parisian.
This classic chocolate mousse is light yet intensely chocolate. Don’t be fooled by the French name — it’s quick and easy to make!
Made with heavy cream and Gruyère, this rich spinach quiche is classic French.
A classic French dish, steak au poivre is a pan-seared filet mignon with a crunchy peppercorn crust and rich Cognac sauce.
This slow-roasted salmon with an elegant fresh herb salsa is wonderful at room temperature, making it perfect for a holiday brunch or buffet.
This spinach salad combines crispy thick-cut bacon, mushrooms, and soft-boiled eggs with a warm bacon vinaigrette. Pair with a rotisserie chicken and dinner is done!
This classic French fruit tart has a buttery shortbread crust, a creamy vanilla custard, and heaps of fresh fruit.
This ham and cheese oven-puffed pancake falls halfway between a crepe and a soufflé: crisp on the outside and comfortingly tender inside.
This hearty lentil salad is perfect for a light dinner or a wholesome on-the-go lunch.
Piled high with fresh raspberries and boozy whipped cream, these raspberry parfaits make a light and elegant dessert.
Ratatouille is a bright and chunky summer vegetable stew, rich with olive oil and fragrant with garlic and herbs.
This blend of cottage cheese, sour cream, garlic and fresh herbs makes an irresistible spread.
This grated carrot salad with lemon dijon vinaigrette is standard fare in French bistros and markets.
With chunks of sweet apples nestled in a tender and buttery rum cake, this French apple cake is the essence of simplicity.
Omitting the crust in this crustless broccoli quiche cuts down on prep time, cook time, and carbs — and the cheesy custard is the best part anyway.
Coq au vin is a hearty French stew of chicken braised in red wine with mushrooms and crisp pancetta.
With smoky bacon, nutty Gruyère, and shallots, this classic quiche Lorraine is ideal for brunch, dinner, or anytime in between.
With a flaky, buttery crust folded over juicy plums, this rustic plum galette makes a lovely summer dessert.
A variation on the classic French cheese quiche, this Parmesan and leek quiche is rich and flavorful.
This fresh berry terrine with mixed berries suspended in white grape jell-o is the perfect light summer dessert.
Like an apple pie without the pan, this French apple tart consists of a thin layer of cinnamon-scented apples atop a buttery, flaky crust.
Slightly warm, with a crisp shell and a cheesy interior, gougères the perfect little bite to serve with sparkling wine or cocktails.
A claoutis is a French dessert that’s delicious marriage between a Dutch baby and a flan. This one has cherries, but it also works beautifully with other fruits like apples and berries.
Classic French madeleines are so simple to prepare — and, yet, so wonderful.