Homemade French Alsatian Christmas cookies with the taste of vanilla. These cookies can already be made in the beginning of November and kept in a tin box with baking paper before being served around Christmas. However, it is unlikely that these small delicious treats will last that long!
It is not so usual to cook tuna together with soy sauce, bacon and olives, but it gives a nice flavor combination. If the soy sauce makes it to salty, you can add some white wine to make it less strong. The tuna fits together with rice or fresh mushrooms on the side.
Choucroute is a traditional dish from Alsace in France, and it is a winter dish because it is rather heavy. You boil the sauerkraut with dry white wine and goose or pork fat, and then served together with sausages, salty meat, and potatoes. This recipe is not a traditional one because it do not have any ham or Strasbourg sausages, instead the choucroute is served with merguez and Montbéliard sausages to give it a bit stronger taste.
This French homemade cake made with puff pastry rolls and almond paste filling is a traditional cake served on the six of January. The cake has king crown on top of it and a porcelain figure hidden inside. The tradition is that the person who gets the piece with the figure will be king/queen of the day, and is allowed to decide the activities of the day. You can guess that this cake is very popular among French kids.
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Looking for an inspiration for a different appetizer, mingle food or to bring on a picnic? Why not trying one of these cake salé, also known as salty bread or savory cake.
These breads are filled with different kinds of cheese and other salty ingredients.