French recipes

You don’t have to be a professional chef to master these delicious French recipes. Our selection of dishes has been tried and tested by HelloFresh customers, so you can be sure these recipes not only taste great, but are easy to cook too.

Roast Duck & Chive-Parmesan Mash

with Hazelnut Greens

Seared Steak and Homemade Chips

with Nutty Green Beans & Garlic-Parsley Butter

Sliced Beef & Herby Butter

with Mediterranean Fries

Tomato Cassoulet

with Crusty Ciabatta

Herby Chicken Thighs

with Speedy Dauphinoise Potatoes & Zucchini

Erica's Chicken & Bacon Cream Cheese Fettuccine

Veggie Niçoise Salad

with Butter Beans & Golden Potatoes

Soupe au Pistou

with Crusty Bread

Pan-Fried Haloumi & Basil Ratatouille

with Crusty Garlic Bread

Veggie Niçoise Salad

with Cannellini Beans & Crispy Potatoes

Steak & Potato Frites

with Nutty Beans & Parsley-Butter

Autumn Panzanella

Speedy Saucy Steak with Sweet Potato Wedges

Crumbed Lamb with Pumpkin Mash

Roasted Carrot & Fennel with Caramelised Onion

Fresh & Zingy Pork Larb

BBQ Pork Salad

Chinese Omelette

Walnut & Rosemary Crumbed Chicken Breast

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French recipes

5 Tips for Soufflé

Soufflé is one of those French recipes that has simple ingredients, but can be difficult to master. Made from a base of eggs, flour, butter and milk, this baked dish can be combined with various other ingredients to be served as both savoury or sweet. But the rising cloud of the soufflé isn’t always so easy to achieve. Here are some tips for trying this French recipe at home:

  1. Room-temp eggs:It’s harder to whip cold egg whites into peaks, so make sure they are fresh and at room temperature.
  2. Add some acid: If you’re having trouble whipping your eggs, add some lemon juice or cream of tartar to help build the structure of the mixture.
  3. Clean up: Except for your greased French soufflé dishes, make sure all of your equipment is clean and oil-free. Greasy kitchen tools can cause the soufflé to collapse.
  4. Don't whip: When combining the egg whites into the base mixture, don’t whip them too aggressively. Gently fold in the eggs until the streaks of white just disappear.
  5. No peeking: While baking in the oven, a rise or fall in temperature can affect the texture of a soufflé. So keep the oven door shut and use the bottom rack to achieve the best lift.

French recipes

5 Tips for Soufflé

Soufflé is one of those French recipes that has simple ingredients, but can be difficult to master. Made from a base of eggs, flour, butter and milk, this baked dish can be combined with various other ingredients to be served as both savoury or sweet. But the rising cloud of the soufflé isn’t always so easy to achieve. Here are some tips for trying this French recipe at home:

  1. Room-temp eggs:It’s harder to whip cold egg whites into peaks, so make sure they are fresh and at room temperature.
  2. Add some acid: If you’re having trouble whipping your eggs, add some lemon juice or cream of tartar to help build the structure of the mixture.
  3. Clean up: Except for your greased French soufflé dishes, make sure all of your equipment is clean and oil-free. Greasy kitchen tools can cause the soufflé to collapse.
  4. Don't whip: When combining the egg whites into the base mixture, don’t whip them too aggressively. Gently fold in the eggs until the streaks of white just disappear.
  5. No peeking: While baking in the oven, a rise or fall in temperature can affect the texture of a soufflé. So keep the oven door shut and use the bottom rack to achieve the best lift.

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