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Warm Salad Nicoise a Recipe from Provence

In Nice, where this main course salad gets its name no chef would ever dream of serving a Warm Salad Nicoise.

However, in my part of Provence, the dish is perfect when the weather isn’t. The ingredients (tuna, olives, eggs, peppers and anchovies) are the same as the traditional cold version of this salad, and I serve it at a warmer temperature. The recipe below is in French and English.

Warm Salad Nicoise Recipe Provenca
Warm Salad Nicoise from Provence
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This warm salad is quick to prepare for lunch or a light dinner. Serve with some crusty baguette. For a larger crowd, simply double the quantities.
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Warm Salad Nicoise Recipe Provenca
Warm Salad Nicoise from Provence
Print Recipe
This warm salad is quick to prepare for lunch or a light dinner. Serve with some crusty baguette. For a larger crowd, simply double the quantities.
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Faire cuire les haricots verts à la vapeur, pas trop longtemps, qu’ils restent verts et croquants. (Steam the green beans for a few minutes, but not too long you want them to remain crunchy)
  2. Sur une plaque huilée, sur laquelle on déposé de l’ail émincé, mélanger les haricots verts, les tomates en morceaux et les poivrons grillés. Ajouter le thon, les olives; et si nécessaire, un peu d’huile d’olive. (Use a large skillet or if you have one a griddle. Grease the surface with olive oil and fry the sliced garlic, tomatoes, green beans and grilled peppers. Add the tuna, if required add more oil to your pan.)
  3. Casser les oeufs dans des ramequins, avec du sel, du poivre et un peu d’huile d’olive. Poser les ramequins sur la plaque. (Break the eggs into small ramquins. Add oil, salt & pepper and place on the griddle to cook.)
  4. Mettre à cuire/rôtir une dizaine de minutes. Ajouter au dernier moment du basilic. Si c’est du basilic citron, c’est encore meilleur. (Allow the ingredients to cook 10 minutes. Add the chopped basil at the last moment. If you have lemon basil it's even tastier.)
  5. Servir tiède. (Serve warm.)
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Agathe Forest

Agathe Forest

Agathe Forest is the face behind the blog Live & Love Provence. I discovered her gorgeous photos and delicious recipes by stumbling across her Instagram feed. Warning! It will make your mouth water.

She is one busy lady with four children (yes 4!) who range in age from 12-22 years old. Agathe has lived in the Luberon for 17 years and admitted that she loves to swim in the Mediterranean even during the winter months. Her favourite activity is hiking (randonée) in the hills of Provence and sharing discoveries with readers and followers.

According to Agathe, “I like simple cooking, which flavours local and fresh products. I really want to discover also the small producers and the unusual corners of the region.”

Watch for posts from Live Love Provence on hiking, off-the-beaten-path finds and seasonal culinary treats from the South of France.

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