July 14 is the national day of France (Bastille Day) and if there’s one dish that should be named the national dish of France it should be Quiche Lorraine. This savoury pie with cheese, bacon, eggs and cream is made all over France (and also around the world) but many might think it is too simple to be called a national dish of France when there are so many more advanced French recipes like Boeuf Bourguignon, Ratatouille, Cassoulet, Bouillabaisse, Coq au vin, etc. This recipe for Quiche Lorraine was created by Delphine over at Del’s cooking twist. She is now the Country chef for France and I encourage you to visit her fantastic blog! For those of you that have been reading about IngredientMatcher know that there is an ebook with “National Dishes From Around The World” and this recipe has been included in the recently released second edition.
About the Country Chef
Del is a happy French woman living in Sweden and the blogger behind Del’s cooking twist. Passionate about food, food styling and photography, and other food issues (foodie trends, food education…), Del also work as a marketing & communication consultant within the food industry. You are welcome to discover her French, Swedish, and American recipes with a twist! Read more about IngredientMatcher’s Country Chefs in the Foodie section Read more about national dishes and the ebook “National Dishes From Around The World” Read more about other national dish recipes published on this blog