Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous
Kosher recipes with a French twist that you will love.Top Rated Diets of 2016
Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France is a book t written by Joan Nathan. The book came to light when Nathan searched for Jewish recipes while in France. This book highlights several recipes that you can enjoy making at home for Jewish holidays or for the Sabbath. Some of these recipes do include a slight French twist to allot for regional differences, but they are all delicious. The book includes appetizers, soups, salads, breads including quiches and kugels, main courses, grains and desserts.
Nathan combines the recipe dishes with the stories behind them to make this cookbook more than just a collection of recipes. By combining Jewish cuisine with a French twist, Nathan has showcased the part that the Jewish play in French cuisine. She has gone on a culinary journey through the cities of France to bring these dishes to life.
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- Includes Jewish recipes with a French twist
- Offers recipes for everyday eating as well as the Sabbath and Jewish holidays
- Recipes include stories that go along with them
- Several color photographs
- Vast categories of recipes
- Meals are Jewish which might not appeal to everyone
All of the recipes within Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous offer Jewish recipes that have a French twist. These recipes are delicious and offer step by step instructions on how to prepare them along with the story behind the recipes. Some of the delicious recipes included in this book include:
- Terrine de Poireaux
- Moroccan Provencal Fish Soup with Garlicky Rouille
- Mediterranean Artichoke Orange Salad with Saffron Mint
- Tunisian Winter Squash Salad with Coriander and Harissa
- Brioche for Rosh Hashana
- Baconless Quiche Lorraine
- Sabbath Kugel
- Frozen Souffle Rothschild
- Hanukkah Apple Cake
- Southwestern Cassoulet with Duck and Lamb
- Chicken Soup with Two Kinds of Matzo Balls
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Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous offers some great recipes for those that love Jewish food. These recipes have a French twist so they might not appeal to everyone. But for those that are within the Jewish French population or those looking for some different ideas, this book can do the trick. It doesn’t serve as a diet book, but as a great resource for Jewish food with a French flair.Common Misspellings
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