Find fabulous foie gras recipes here, including French foie gras starters as luxurious as foie gras mousse to as simple as foie gras on toasted brioche.
This easy recipe has become a must in the recent years for Christmas or New Year's eve family dinner. It is simply divine! I am still drooling over this one! My sister made me discover this recipe.
This is a gourmet starter that is guaranteed to wow your dinner guests. A foie gras creme brulee is served with figs stuffed with a foie gras cream on toasted gingerbread.
This is a recipe from my French friend Marie Laure. Serve with a balsamic vinegar reduction and crusty bread. Bon appetit!
I made a special jam of figs and vanilla just to go with foie gras, and made these luxurious little bites. I serve them in decorative spoons, ready to pop in your mouth.
These canapes are perfect for special occasions, such as Christmas. Toasted brioche is topped with foie gras and a sprinkling of sea salt. Simple and delicious!
This delectable French dish is perfect as a starter, for lunch or dinner. Ramekins are filled with diced foie gras, horseradish cream and an egg before being cooked in a water bath.
This is a luxurious meal that will knock the socks off any dinner guest. Pan-fried quail legs are served with mashed celeriac and a foie gras cream.
A highly decadent mousse, which is perfect for Christmastime. Gingerbread is used to line ramekins, which are then filled with a creamy foie gras mousse, before being chilled and served with a cinnamon-ginger syrup.
Prosciutto and foie gras fill these chicken thighs, which are first pan fried for loads of flavour, then baked. This sounds like a fussy dish, but is really very simple and well worth it!