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COQ AU VIN –  Chicken in red wine slow cooked

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Classic Coq au vin, a French chicken dish, braised with red wine, bacon lardons and mushrooms.

As King Henri IV of France once said, “A chicken in every pot!” which became a political welfare statement promising food from the peasants to the elite. Traditionally a rooster (Coq) was used for this recipe being a much tougher bird resulting in stronger flavours. This dish is quite similar to the Boeuf Bourgignon which of course uses beef instead of chicken. Marinating the chicken for 24 hours in aromatic wine will improve the flavour, however that step can be optional if you’re time constrained. Selecting a good wine that you would also enjoy to drink is the key to the success of this dish, so don’t skimp, use a descent wine and not a cheap cooking wine. A great Sunday dish everyone is sure to enjoy.

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As King Henri IV of France once said, “A chicken in every pot!” which became a political welfare statement promising food from the peasants to the elite. Traditionally a rooster (Coq) was used for this recipe being a much tougher bird resulting in stronger flavours. This dish is quite similar to the Boeuf Bourgignon which of course uses beef instead of chicken. Marinating the chicken for 24 hours in aromatic wine will improve the flavour, however that step can be optional if you’re time constrained. Selecting a good wine that you would also enjoy to drink is the key to the success of this dish, so don’t skimp, use a descent wine and not a cheap cooking wine. A great Sunday dish everyone is sure to enjoy.

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  1. Pen folds Grange!

  2. What kind of good wine do you recommend? Like a pinot noir or chianti?

  3. Bea Tropia says:

    Thats beef bourgenio , recipe.. you just use chicken and you prepare for 2 days ..you just make it complicated and same recipe 😐

  4. 김미라 says:

    정말 맛있어 보이네요

  5. Joshua Gurr says:

    https://www.wine-searcher.com/find/penfolds%20grange/1968/

    Just in case anyone has a 600-2000$ bottle of red wine to cook some chicken, like this idiot.

  6. If possible can you make sweet dishes and ice-cream

  7. Sean K says:

    You ruin these pretty good videos with stupid music.

  8. Faso semelhante com carne de boi e fica uma delícia, mais agora á sua receita é compreta adorei vou encremetar até minhas receita de carne de boi kkkkkkkk 🎓🤺

  9. Joel este frango deve ficar maravilhoso vou tentar fazer um dia em casa valeu obrigado Bom domingo 😘👏👏👏

  10. Missy Tate says:

    Too many steps to something that is not so special, many other dishes similar have same flavor done quicker and less steps

  11. karan karan says:

    wao…two days to cook that?

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