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Friday, October 11, 2013

FFwD: Boeuf a la mode

It's Friday and so it's time for another recipe from French Fridays with Dorie. This time it's Boeuf a la mode, and it's well on time. In a few days we have got Fall weather all over us, and this is a feel good in cold weather recipe.
It's a roast, which has been marinated all night. After that it has been flavoured and baked with vegetables, cognac, tomato puree, wine and beef stock.

And then you've got something amazing. The roast was moist, the taste gots lot of flavour, yes this is a great roast recipe. You've only got to have some patients before you can try it.

We don't share the recipes in this group, but I've found a link to the recipe if you want to try it out sometimes. And if you really like it: buy the book! There are more great recipes in here!
For the link: link recipe boeuf a la mode.

And not only did it taste great, it looked great!

4Pure: Boeuf a la mode

11 comments:

Mardi Michels said...

Your gravy looks terrific - mine never thickened up very much but this was a tasty dish!

Liz Berg said...

What a gorgeous platter of beef! Well done!!!

Emily said...

Love your plating of the beef with the sage leaves! My sage plant will be bare if I strip the same amount!

Cher Rockwell said...

It does look good! Can't wait to give this one a try

Betsy said...

What a great looking platter, Andrea. My favorite part was the sauce/gravy.

Adriana said...

I love the leafy crown around your pieces of roast. I like the idea of serving the gravy on the side too.

gaaarp said...

Your roast looks great! Such beautiful color. I love this recipe and have made it several times in the past few years since getting the book.

tricia s. said...

Oh yours looks amazing !! Great photo with the sage. Yes, this was fun and I will be marinating with wine again in the future ~

acookingmizer.com said...

look how thick your sauce got! Love the sage leaves! :)

4pure said...

Thank you all. I had a very large sage bush which had to be pruned. And the sauce indeed tasted really rich in flavours.

Christy said...

Great styling! Looks like a wonderful dinner.