How to Make Foie Gras Like a French Chef in 60 Seconds
As simple and flavorsome as French food is, the tang of its cuisine (and its use of unusual animal parts
) can catch a first-timer off guard. We caught up with Chef Stéphane from Restaurant Sacrée Fleur
, who showed us the traditional Parisian way of cooking and eating some of the finest French delicacies.
Foie gras is a thick pâté with an unforgettable rich flavor. Made from duck and goose liver, it’s often bought ready-made and served with crispy bread—a perfect Parisian lunch! Chef Stéphane shows us the intricacies of making foie gras from scratch. It’s a delicacy that can’t be rushed; simple to eat but not so quick to prepare.