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Must-Try Food While Studying in France

Must-Try Food While Studying in France

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Must-Try Food While Studying in France

French cuisine is world-renowned for its delicacy and flavor. It simply relies on combinations of vibrant and natural flavors that when put together make an incredible dish. French cuisine is so highly recognized and sought-after that UNESCO added it to the intangible cultural heritage list in 2010.

You may first think of wine and cheese when French cuisine is mentioned. There are plenty of wine-and-cheese pairings such as Chardonnay and camembert, and Burgundy and brie. But it does not stop there. France has a lot more food wonders to offer. Here is a list of food you must try while you’re studying in France.

Boeuf bourguignon

Boeuf bourguignon is probably the most typical French dish. This dish is basically a stew from beef braised in beef broth, red wine, and vegetables like pearl onions and mushrooms. It was then a peasant dish but is now a staple food in French restaurants worldwide. In Burgundy, this dish is celebrated at the Fête du Charolais every August, which is coupled with music and wine.

Soupe à l’oignon

A traditional French soup consisting of beef stock and onions, soupe à l’oignon is typically served with melted cheese and croutons on top. Its unique taste comes from the onion’s caramelization, with brandy or sherry added to establish a unique flavor. Soupe à l’oignon was also a peasant dish back in Roman times, but today’s version traces back to the 18th-century.

Chocolate soufflé

In French, “soufflé” means “to blow.” As the name suggests, this dessert is light and airy in texture. Soufflé has been around since the 18th century and is now a staple on dessert menus, not just in France but also worldwide. Its crust is crispy and chocolatey, which is perfect for its surprise center—a creamy chocolate ooze. What makes soufflé an impressive dessert is it does not need to be sweet. A saltier option of this chocolate dessert is the cheese soufflé.

Cassoulet

Cassoulet is a French comfort food made with white beans and meat. The meat part is usually pork or duck, but other meats such as sausage, mutton, or goose can be added. Its name originated in a pot called cassole, in which it is baked. Cassoles are common in French homes, which is why cassoulet became a staple, especially during the cold months.

Ratatouille

You know, from that popular Disney-Pixar movie? One of the most iconic French dishes, ratatouille is a vegetable dish that is shallow-fried, layered in a casserole, then baked in an oven. It is a flexible dish, as it can be an appetizer, side dish, or main course. It is also perfect with red wine and crusty bread.

Planning to study and live in France? You’ve made a great choice. Here are some articles that will convince you more into choosing this amazing country.

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