Spring Vegetable Fricassée

If you spend enough time going through old and new French recipes, you will eventually run across some kind of Fricassée recipe. This method of cooking – mixing vegetables, potatoes and some sort of white sauce with meat or fish – was common and highly regarded throughout France. The word fricassée evolved from fricot, a description used to designate any simple, tasty and popular dish.

Obviously, I stripped back the meat and cream to create this tasty vegan version. Use any fresh spring vegetable you can find – typically 5-7 varieties. And always try to include potatoes and

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