Have You Tried Any of Our 10 Most Shared Recipes?

You loved them, you shared them, you pinned them! These D’Artagnan recipes got the most social media love in March. From classic comfort foods like cassoulet and coq au vin to early spring favorites with lamb and morels, this list offers a recipe for every taste. March is an unpredictable month, where warming foods, as well as light refreshing dishes, might be appropriate.

Are any of your favorites on the list? If not, it’s time to try some of these dishes and find a new go-to recipe. 

1. Slow-Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb with Mint Gremolata

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Our bone-in leg of lamb also got a lot of attention in March, likely because of an early Easter.

2. Potato & Leek Gratin with Pancetta

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The perfect creamy side dish. Period.

3. Eric Ripert’s Coq Au Vin

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Eric Ripert’s coq au vin recipe is a classic everyone should try.

4. Pan-Seared Veal Chops with Citrus-Herb Butter

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An easy weeknight dinner that feels like a special occasion.

5. Roast Chicken with Bacon & Morels

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Spring is morel season and this recipe should be your list.

6. Cassoulet D’Artagnan

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The one true cassoulet: a holy grail for serious cooks and simpler than it looks.

7. Thomas Keller’s Buttermilk Fried Chicken

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The internet has been wild about Thomas Keller’s fried chicken for some time.

8. Mushroom Grain Salad with Pancetta

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A tasty side dish or a main with the addition of an egg on top – this one’s a winner.

9. Duck Fat Roasted Potatoes

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Duck fat makes the best roasted potatoes ever. Try it, you’ll see.

10. Foie Gras Cream Puffs with Black Truffle

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Silky foie gras is the creamy surprise in these pastry puffs.

That’s what you’ve been sharing and pinning this March. We’re glad you share our interest in cooking great food. What will you make next?


Since 1985, D’Artagnan has been at the forefront of the farm-to-table movement, producing superior tasting products by partnering with small ranches and farms. We are committed to free-range, natural production, sustainable and humane farming practices and no use of antibiotics or hormones. That’s why D’Artagnan products have been revered by America’s most renowned chefs for over 30 years. We offer the same high-quality products to home cooks at dartagnan.com, along with recipes and guides to help you live the tasty life.

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