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MiNDFOOD’s Bastille Day Menu

Celebrate Bastille Day as the French would, with a menu that's sure to delight. Bon Appètit!

MiNDFOOD’s Bastille Day Menu

On July 14, French citizens across the world will come together to celebrate La Fête Nationale – a day of celebration marking the 1789 storming of the Bastille which resulted the downfall of the monarchy and the birth of modern France. From Croque Madame to Tarte Tatin, we’ve comprised our favourite French recipes to commemorate Bastille Day and help you inject some je ne sais quois into your celebrations.

Pear & Rosemary 
Tarte Tatin with Lavender Cream (pictured above)

When it comes to perfecting your baking repertoire, you can’t look past this classic French sweet. Click here for recipe. 

Honey Madeleines

Hailing from the north of France, these featherlight sponge shells are a gorgeous tea accompaniment, especially when doused in sugar and spice. Click here for the recipe

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Salmon Croque Madame

This fancy French sandwich makes a delightful brunch meal, made using leftover salmon. Click here for the recipe.

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Beetroot & Eschalot Tarte Tatin

With its vibrant colours, this tarte tatin presents beautifully and is ready in under 30 minutes. Click here for the recipe.

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Baked Salmon En Croute with fennel salad

For a new way to serve salmon, try baking it with vegetables in puff pastry. You’ll be “en croute” to dinner party success! Click here for the recipe

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Classic French Creme Brulee

This classic French dessert is hard to beat, when done right. Crack through the crisp toffee top to unearth the delicious creamy custard. Click here for the recipe 

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French Bouillabaisse with Rouille
Bouillabaisse is a traditional Provencal dish hailing from the sea-side city of Marseilles. It was created by fisherman who used it to make a meal from their fresh catch. Click here for the recipe.

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Macarons

The quintessential French sweet treat, these pink macarons, filled with am and cream centres, make a spectacular afternoon tea accompaniment. Click here for the recipe

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Coq Au Vin

 

This classic French recipe is a must have on Bastille Day. Make this wintry dish to warm the coldest of cheeks this winter. Click here for recipe. 

 

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One Comment on MiNDFOOD’s Bastille Day Menu


  • JudithLamb
    July 11, 2014 12:57 pm

    Thank you. A very efficient service! I look forward to enjoying this site. I have just spent an entire day reading your June issue – and now have your August issue. July I missed. As a teacher of English I found the section on creativity very useful. I intend to use it this coming term with all my senior classes. Thank you!
    Judith Lamb

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