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Leek À Bràs recipe – The veggie version of Codfish à Bràs

A while ago, I published a picture of Codfish à Bràs and many of you were curious about it. So today, I present you its vegetarian version!

11w ago

I've been hearing about this recipe for a couple of years now, but the opportunity (or the will...) to make it never really showed up. So, this weekend, I had some Straw Chips left here in the pantry and decided it was time. And what a great decision!

When, at the end of the meal, you hear: "You can definitely make this more often", you know it was really good.

If you love a simple, quick and delicious recipe the same way I do, well this is for you. I venture to say it's even better than the original one with the Cod. And cheaper! But both are really good.

Leek à Bràs

Alho Francês à Bràs

Cook time30min


  • 3 Small Leeks
  • 3 Garlic Cloves
  • 1 Big Onion
  • 3 Eggs
  • Potato Straw Chips
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Olive Oil


  1. First, you chop the onion and the garlic and cut the leek into small squares.
  2. Secondly, you saute the onions and the garlic in olive oil. And then when they become transparent, you add the Leek and let it saute for about 15min (or simply until you figure it's really cooked). Season with some salt and black pepper.
  3. Thirdly, you'll want to add the Potato Straw Chips - Here you can add as much as you like, but I advise not to exaggerate, otherwise it'll be more greasy. I didn't have many Chips at home and it came out just delicious
  4. Finally, after about 5/7 minutes of mixing, you turn off the heat and add the previously mixed eggs to this, letting the residual heat cook the eggs, so it'll be creamy
  5. And it's ready to serve!

Recipe Notes

If you want, you can swap the leek with the shredded codfish and you have Codfish à Bràs. Also, to make it even more creamy, you can add some milk before the eggs. Just a little bit of it. I hope you enjoy it, if you ever try making it. You won't regret! :)

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Comments (5)

  • That definitely sounds interesting

      2 months ago
  • I like everything that is in it. It sounds really good my friend 😀

      2 months ago