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4 Chicken Eggs
This recipe works best in a French omelette pan, but a skillet can be used. Look for an omelette pan that is seven inches in diameter at the bottom. Try experimenting with various toppings: For example, beat in a tablespoon of minced chervil, parsley, chive, or tarragon together with the eggs for an herb omelette; or once the eggs have set, sprinkle some cheese, diced sautéed potatoes, ham, or mushrooms over the top. Some other toppings that are worth a try include asparagus tips, artichoke hearts, diced cooked shrimp, crab, or lobster. Or, for a truly decadent omelette, sprinkle cheese over the finished omelette, dot with butter and finish underneath the broiler. Once you feel that you've mastered this technique, try something more challenging. Click here to see Julia Child's Tomato-Filled Omelette recipe. Click here to see her recipe for Pipérade.
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Sander
Ingredients: Ingredients 1 cup cold water 1 cup cold milk 4 eggs 1/2 tsp salt 1 1/2 cups flour (scooped and leveled) 4 tablespoons melted butter Cooking oil (for greasing pan) Tools Blender Rubber spatula Iron skillet or crepe pan Ladle or 1/4 cup ...
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almarsh
Ingredients: 1 can water packed tuna, drained 1 can cream of mushroom soup, divided 1/2 c shredded swiss cheese, divided 1 diced onion salt and freshly ground pepper Egg noodles - boiled and drained 2 t canola oil Heat oven to 375. Place tuna in ...
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Julesong
Makes a simple and wonderful dessert, or a delicious and indulgent breakfast!
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Lizec
Ingredients: Ingredients Turkey Vegetable Oil Salt and Pepper Celery Onions Lemon (to season turkey cavity, if desired) Butter Port or madeira DirectionsDefrosting Frozen TurkeyKeep the turkey in its original wrapper. A 20-pound bird takes 3to 4 ...
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Rinshinomori
These are great tasting stuffed peppers. Julia Child uses slender thin-skinned mild green chili peppers about 5 inches long - I think Anaheim peppers will work too. I used tiny (2 to 3 1/2 inch) yellow and red sweet slender peppers for these and they turned out just wonderful. When using tiny peppers, you need about 8-10 peppers.
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Julia Child's Chocolate Mousse
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HeartofGlass
Read more about this salad Julia Child and her vinaigrette here »
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Susie D
This is one of the first recipes I made by Julia Child and I still use it often. I like using these for a brunch or stuffed with ham & cheese for breakfast on the go.
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mandabears
This is a wonderful spice blend that I have using for years. Wonderful for any kind of meat or poultry. Submitting this in honor of Julia Child and her impact on all of us.
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davinandkennard
So silken, so rich, so wonderful. Rave reviews every time! In place of the rum you may use orange liqueur, strong coffee or strained fresh orange juice. This is incredibly rich and a little goes a long way. Promise not to laugh? I always serve it with whipped cream to cut the richness of the mousse. As Julia would say "Bon Appetit!" From The Way to Cook by Julia Child
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