Almost any fresh herb will taste great in place of the thyme and oregano in this recipe, but don’t use rosemary—it’s too strong.
Simple homemade sweets with a French twist
This cheesy casserole is a family favorite in France. Serve with slices of baguette or another crusty bread and a green salad.
There’s nothing intimidating about these zesty soufflés, just be sure to grease the sides of the ramekins up to the rim so they’ll rise fully in the oven.
Similar to a chocolate soufflé, this cake will rise, then fall slightly when cooled, leaving a cracked top. A fresh strawberry sauce balances the richness of the chocolate.
With phyllo dough on hand, a homemade quiche crust takes only a few minutes to assemble—no rolling pin necessary!