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French Fusion with Ile de France

Go bold with French Cheese in Asian inspired dishes!

Chefs around the world are creating one-of-a-kind dishes that mix cooking techniques, flavorful cheeses and bold flavors from around the world.

French Fusion Cuisine blends the flavors of France with cooking techniques made famous by other cultures. For example, French ingredients in Asian favorites like spring rolls and stir-fry dishes offer bold new flavor combinations. Since cheese is such an integral part of French cuisine, it's easy to create a fusion feast by using Ile de France Cheeses to make springs rolls and stir-fried meals.

The resulting flavor explosion is unique, fun-to-make and tastes great. Try these special Asian inspired recipes featuring the French flavors of Ile de France Brie, Camembert, Goat Cheese and Roquefort.

Spring rolls with Ile de France Roquefort
Spring rolls are common in many types of Asian cuisine. Their easy elegance holds a wealth of flavors. In this recipe the meeting between blue cheese and Asia is unique and authentic. Our creamy, intensely flavorful Roquefort cheese combines deliciously with chicken breast, carrots and tofu to make a flavorful dish that's like nothing you'll find at a typical Chinese restaurant.

Shrimp Spring Rolls with Ile de France Goat Cheese
Leafy salad greens and our fresh, tangy goat cheese along with shrimp, carrots and tofu come together for a refreshing spring roll that's hearty enough for a light summer meal. Mint adds an invigorating flavor that plays well off of all the ingredients to create a very unique taste experience.

Chicken Spring Rolls with Ile de France Brie
Our all-natural and creamy Brie cheese is wonderful with chicken. Adding flavorful, colorful vegetables like carrots and zucchinis to the mix creates a delightful combination of smooth and invigorating ingredients.

Veggie Stir Fry with Ile de France Camembert
Stir Fry cooking is a staple of Asian cuisine and features vegetables and other ingredients swiftly stirred on a large, very hot Wok pan. This recipe features carrots, peas, squash, peppers and more along with the flavorful creaminess of our traditional Normandie Camembert Cheese.

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written by angus bullyman, November 16, 2017
my name jef
written by MARCIA FREEMAN, December 11, 2014
What great ideas
written by MARCIA FREEMAN, December 11, 2014
Love it!

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