A barbecue sauce made from all the flavors of coq au vin: deep Burgundy wine, earthy mushrooms, sweet onions, and woodsy herbs, caramelized and grilled onto juicy, bone-in chicken. Stew hits summer!
'coq au vin' on Serious Eats
This classic dish, Coq au Riesling, is a chicken stew with mostly the same components as Coq au Vin—except the vin in the recipe is not red, but a fresh, mineral-rich Riesling. The dish comes from Alsace, a region influenced by both French and German cuisines. I love this dish because it's lighter than traditional Coq au Vin, but still heavy enough to be considered comfort food.
Shopping List 1 bottle Charles Shaw merlot: $1.99 to $2.99 6 pieces dark-meat chicken: $2.19 1 large yellow onion: $0.38 1 large carrot: $0.28 Bunch parsley: $0.69 3 strips bacon (pro-rated): $0.99 Pantry items: Garlic, bay leaf, flour Total:...