Unique French Foods

Okay, well, maybe if you’re French or you love French food (that’s not counting French fries), you’ve probably heard of these. But for the rest of us, these are words we can’t even pronounce.

Creating a French dish means using French techniques that are based on logic. The ingredients and techniques are a way of life. It’s mean tot unfold and be relaxing. You should eat it at the end of the day, sitting down, enjoying time with family and friends, and putting your elbows up on the table and de-stressing.

French food always sounds too complicated or like you could only eat it at an incredibly expensive French restaurant, but these chefs have made making French food like a little bit more feasible than you probably think it is.

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  1. Canelés (Cannelés) de Bordeaux

These are a sweet treat that are the size of small cupcakes filled with custard.

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2. Kouign Amann

This pastry has a crisp, caramelized shell and soft, flaky insides that are accented by gooey sugar pockets.

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