Top 10 traditional French food
Have you ever wondered why people from different parts of the world eat different types of food? Do you ever ask yourself why certain foods or culinary traditions are so important to your culture? There is more of a connection between food and culture than you may think.
Food is an important part of culture. Traditional cuisine is passed down from one generation to the next. It also operates as an expression of cultural identity. Immigrants bring the food of their countries with them wherever they go and cooking traditional food is a way of preserving their culture when they move to new places.
Each country or community’s unique cuisine can reflect its unique history, lifestyle, values, and beliefs.
As the world becomes more globalized, it is easier to access cuisines from different cultures. So, todays let know about the French culture through French traditional food .
Soupe à l’oignon
This is a traditional French soup made of onions and beef stock, usually served with croutons and melted cheese on top.
Coq au vin
The dish sees chicken braised with wine, mushrooms, salty pork or bacon (lardons), mushrooms, onions, garlic and sometimes even a drop of brandy.
The dish typically uses pork or duck but can include sausages, goose and mutton
Bœuf bourguignon is essentially a stew made from beef braised in red wine, beef broth, and seasoned vegetables including pearl onions and mushrooms.
The crispy chocolatey crust is perfect for letting the creamy chocolate ooze out for a rich surprise.
It has a puff-pastry crust filled with cheese and vegetables and resembles a quiche.
Confit de canard
Confit de canard is a tasty French dish of duck – although some chefs use goose or pork – and is one of the finest French dishes.
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The salad is a mix of lettuce, fresh tomatoes, boiled eggs, (canned or fresh) tuna, green beans, Nicoise Cailletier olives, and anchovies.
the dish sees vegetables shallow-fried and then layered in a casserole dish before being baked in an oven.
The mouth-watering dessert.
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