Add a little savoir faire to cocktail parties with a spread of French appetizers. From baked Brie and cheese puffs (gougeres) to pretty pate, these easy recipes are the creme de la creme of French appetizers.
Make these appetizers ahead and freeze up to 3 months. That way, you can bake what you need whenever guests arrive.
When it comes to tart making, frozen puff pastry is truly a miracle ingredient. Just be sure to thaw the pastry according to package directions. Should you wish to cut a few calories from this cheesy fresh tomato tart, you may use Neufchatel cheese instead of full-fat cream cheese.
Remember this elegant side dish when serving a simply prepared meat such as grilled flank steak or broiled fish.
This appetizer recipe comes from southern France. It's rather like a pizza but it's topped with sauteed onions, anchovies, and olives and sprinkled with herbes de Provence.
Turkey doesn't need to be the only protein on your post-Thanksgiving menu. Turn leftover mashed taters into a satisfying meal on the cheap with the help of canned salmon.
A gougere is a French puff pastry flavored with Gruyere cheese. In France, the pastry is often piped into a large ring. This appetizer recipe features bite-size puffs instead.
These individual cheesy quiches make delicious appetizers for diet-conscious friends.
This fresh fruit and vegetable side salad makes a good low-calorie option at potlucks and parties.
A specialty of Nice, in southern France, Pissaladiere (pee-sah-lah-DYEHR) is an appetizer tart of caramelized onions, olives, seasonings, and anchovies.