French Recipes Translated from French to English!
33 traditional French Recipes to help you learn French while cooking! (Note: e-book without audio)
French cuisine is a cornerstone of French culture. That’s why we created this intuitive ebook that shows side by side translations of recipes in French to English. This French learning method is not only intuitive, it’s also fun. Our co-founder Vincent Anthonioz and his family authored these French recipes.. This e-book includes the following recipes.
- Salade saumon, avocat et pamplemousse
- Avocats aux crevettes
- Ma soupe au pistou
- Soupe aux épinards et pois chiches
- Truites à ma façon, et pommes vapeur
- Gratin de saumon et pommes de terre
- Soufflé au saumon
- Fondue suisse au fromage et bolets
- Lasagnes à la ratatouille
- Choucroute de la mer
- Gratin de pommes de terre au crabe
- Tagliatelles au saumon
- Raclette provençale
- Fruits de mer à l’orientale
- Couscous végétarien
- Tarte dʹété
- Les aubergines de mamy Emma
- Noix de coquilles saint
- jacques et crevettes flambées au cognac
- Bombine maison
- Saumon au pastis
- Lʹomelette aux chanterelles de Roger
- Une quiche au saumon et aux épinards
- Pâtes bio aux tomates fraîches
- Tarte alsacienne
- Gâteau de semoule
- Tarte Tatin
- Profiteroles au chocolat
- Tartelettes au citron
- Un gratin de fruits exotiques
- Galette des rois
This updated edition includes 33 traditional easy to make French recipes. All the French recipes in this new ebook were originally published, in our online publication of French Accent Magazine. All of the recipes are created by Learn French at Home’s founding members family. Since most of us don’t usually eat meat, all of these recipes are mostly fish or vegetarian dishes, but many of them can easily be adapted to include meat or substitute meat for the fish in the fish recipes. Many can also be served as side dishes to accompany a main course containing meat.
Take Your French Recipes Anywhere!
Download this online guide to your phone and take your recipe’s everywhere you go. For those that prefer paper recipes, simply print the recipe that you wish to cook and bring it to the kitchen. The advantage of having these recipes published together in one easy-to-use document is that it is far easier to print out the pdf version of the recipe you would like to use. To make your life easier, all the recipes are bilingual, but we encourage students of French to read and use the French version as well. We want you to take the opportunity to learn very useful vocabulary and expressions in French. This guide is an invaluable tool for those who travel or live in a French-speaking country.