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Top 5 Classic French Food

Top 5 Classic French Food I am sure that you are planning on celebrating by cooking some amazing French dishes, so I did the work for you and curated some of the best French recipes from the internet.But the deal is: you gotta make them all! ?

Top 5 Classic French Food

1. Cheese Fondue

Top 5 Classic French Food

Cheese fondue is also a perfect winter-friendly cheese meal. Three different kinds of cheeses are melted together in a pot (beaufort, comté, and emmental), and white wine is added. With a specific skewer, each guest dips a bit of bread. According to the tradition, if someone drops their bread into the pot, a forfeit is given to them. Stay focused!


2. Gratin Dauphinois

Top 5 Classic French Food

It the Grenoble region, another winter dish is an absolute must-try, the gratin dauphinois. Traditionally, it is made of sliced potatoes cooked with cream, milk and nutmeg. No cheese is added in the original recipe but there might be some in it when ordered. This dish is so popular that everyone likes to cook it in their own way.

3. Bouillabaisse

Top 5 Classic French Food

Bouillabaisse is a well-seasoned soup typical of Marseille. Since there are so many fishers in the area, the dish is logically made of various fish and shellfish to which you will add tomatoes, aromatics from the South of France, mustard, and egg yolks. You eat it with bread and potatoes.

4. Boeuf Bourguignon

Top 5 Classic French Food

Boeuf bourguignon is a traditional family meal. It consists of slow cooked beef cuts with red wine, root vegetables and mushrooms. This dish is typical of Burgundy, a region in which cattle farmings and red wine are famous.

5. Coq-au-vin

The coq-au-vin (literally “rooster in wine”) is a downright symbol of French cuisine since, according to the legend, the recipe dates back from the Gergovia battle and the victory of the Gallic leader Vercingetorix over Julius Caesar. It is a variation of the famous boeuf bourguignon – cooked with rooster marinated in red wine and bacon and mushrooms.

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