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Classic Coq Au Vin

Coq Au Vin, the Ultimate One Pot Dinner - Warm and comforting chicken braised in red wine-the best of French country cooking! (Use grape juice and Balsamic Vinegar as a sub?) Looks delish!

A little inspiration for my summer trip to France, making Julia Child's Coq Au Vin.  My mom picked up a vintage cookbook for me at a garage sale and it actually goes through each of Julia Child's TV episodes.  I treasure it. This recipe is a little modified (to save some time) from the one I found in the cookbook.

A little inspiration for my summer trip to France, making Julia Child's Coq Au Vin. My mom picked up a vintage cookbook for me at a garage sale and it actually goes through each of Julia Child's TV e(Spinach Recipes Beef)

This slow braised recipe for Coq Au Vin is made with chicken thighs and plenty of red wine.  A perfect romantic dinner for two! via @GarlicandZest

Coq Au Vin For Two

This slow braised recipe for Coq Au Vin is made with chicken thighs and plenty of red wine. A perfect romantic dinner for two! via Tap the link now to find the hottest products for your kitchen!

One-Pot 45 Minute Coq au Vin with Brown Butter Sage Mashed Potatoes | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

One-Pot 45 Minute Coq au Vin with Brown Butter Sage Mashed Potatoes

One-Pot 45 Minute Coq au Vin with Brown Butter Sage Mashed Potatoes | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

One-Pot 45 Minute Coq au Vin with Brown Butter Sage Mashed Potatoes

One-Pot 45 Minute Coq au Vin with Brown Butter Sage Mashed Potatoes // This recipe is mindblowing. Its a favorite of my mom's! Its not as complex as true Coq au Vin but it has all the flavors.

NYT Cooking: Where would French cuisine be without wine? It is as important in the pot as it is in the glass, the base of myriad stews and braises. One of the best is coq au vin, in which chicken is slowly simmered with red wine. <span class="photo-video-credit">Photographs by Francesco Tonelli for The New York Times. Videos by Alexandra Eaton and Shaw Lash.</span>

Coq au Vin

Where would French cuisine be without wine? It is as important in the pot as it is in the glass, the base of myriad stews and braises. One of the best is coq au vin, in which chicken is slowly simmered with red wine.

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