French

Ooh la la! Delia's pulled out all the stops with a terrific selection of the very best of French cuisine, from steaks and salades to snacks such as Croque Monsieur.

 
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Oven-roasted RatatouilleServes 4

Oven-roasted Ratatouille

A classic ratatouille is wonderful, but if you roast the vegetables it takes it to another dimension and retains all the vegetables' flavour and texture.

 
 
Chocolate, Prune and Armagnac CakeServes 8

Chocolate, Prune and Armagnac Cake

Start this wonderful gluten-free cake a couple of days ahead, then revel in its sheer lightness, due to the lack of flour used.

 
 
Lucy's Tarte Tatin

Lucy's Tarte Tatin

Tarte Tatin is one of the truly great French desserts and is a gift for those who don't like making pastry cases, as you simply place the pastry over the apples to cook. Use whatever apples you like for this.

 
 
Rillettes de ToursServes 6 as a first course or light lunch

Rillettes de Tours

Just add toast, pickles or chutney for a real taste of France, ideal for those who don't like liver.

 
 
Squidgy Chocolate Cakes with Prunes in MarsalaServes 4

Squidgy Chocolate Cakes with Prunes in Marsala

A friend challenged Delia to come up with a chocolate cake that was low in fat: this is the luscious result, to make chocolate fans rejoice!

 
 
Braised Steak in Madeira with Five Kinds of MushroomsServes 4-6

Braised Steak in Madeira with Five Kinds of Mushrooms

There's something luxurious about this recipe, which features braised steak, mushrooms and Madeira. Serve it to friends or use beer or cider for a family feast.

 
 
Gratin of Mussels in Garlic ButterServes 6 as a starter or 3-4 as a light supper

Gratin of Mussels in Garlic Butter

It's easy to forget about the humble mussel - but few things offer as much satisfaction as a speedy recipe like this, with the shellfish served in a mixture of its own juices and garlicky butter.

 
 
Guinea Fowl au VinServes 2

Guinea Fowl au Vin

Guinea fowl is packed with flavour - and this makes a great alternative to the more usual coq au vin, a French classic.

 
 
Roast Stuffed Goose with Prunes in ArmagnacServes 8

Roast Stuffed Goose with Prunes in Armagnac

Until Victorian times, goose was the bird of choice on the Christmas table in Britain, but it was then eclipsed by turkey. Why not revive a tradition with this wonderful recipe?

 
 
Pork with Apples and CalvadosServes 2

Pork with Apples and Calvados

There are some luxuries in the kitchen that really do help to perk up certain dishes, and one of these is a bottle of Calvados because it seems to have within it all the concentrated aroma and flavour of an apple loft. This recipe can be doubled

 
 
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