This past trip I had the opportunity to get my hands dirty in the kitchen of La Cuisine Paris. I took a fantastic cooking class at La Cuisine Paris When I said I got my hands dirty it really was the case as I had to put down my camera and put one hand on the chicken and the other on the knife. With guided instructions I learned how to debone a chicken. We used the bones to create a chicken stock and the chicken breast for a Paupiette.
The Paupiette were stuffed with pine nuts, parmesan cheese, mushroom,basil and more delicious flavors.
The chicken stock was used to make the most delicious onion soup. A classic french dish.The recipe was easy and I even tried it at home this past weekend.
The finished Paupiette with a sauce to finish it off.
We all sat to enjoy the meal we cooked in the beautiful sun lit kitchen over looking the Seine.
Along with our paupiette and french onion soup we had a fresh salad with homemade vinaigrette and ice cream with caramel sauce.
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