Easy Coq au Vin

  • GrandmaKY Posted: 10/23/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I made this as part of a dinner party menu..starting with the chestnut soup, scallops with green tea cream, romaine with balsamic dressing. All from the Nov issue. DELICIOUS is all I can say about each one. I followed the recipes as printed and found them to be perfect. I served the coq au vin with creme fraiche(left over from the scallops)mashed potatoes. Worthy of a special dinner.

  • lizardstew Posted: 01/06/11
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    I was SO excited to make this recipe. It looked so good in the photo, but I have to agree with DC on this one. The sauce was thin and soupy rather than the thick, sticky sauce I expected after looking iat the photo. The chicken was tender, but this took WAY too long to make (2 hours!) to be so far from what I expected. I won't make this dish again.

  • DesireeandChris Posted: 11/15/10
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    I wanted to love the dish, but I think it was missing something...can't figure it out. Followed recipe exactly. The sauce was very soupy but the chicken was very tender. Took about 2 hrs to prepare start to finish. would try again but add a little more spices. Served over parpadelle pasta.

  • promogal Posted: 11/14/10
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    Sensational. I used leg quarters. Falling-apart wonderful Sat or Sun night dinner. Will make this once a month forever.

  • thismamacooks Posted: 11/29/10
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    I made this for dinner one night, just for my family, and we all loved it (ages 20 months to 30-something). It tasted like coq au vin in a four-star restaurant and was quick and easy to prepare. I followed all directions but substituted chopped onions and I also left out tomato paste. The meat was tender and very flavorful. My husband said he would eat this dish every week!

  • ckgraminski Posted: 01/31/11
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    Wonderful dish! My family just loved it. I did add some flour after I sauted the onion mixture to make the sauce thick after one review said that hers turned out to thin. This will definitly go into our dinner rotation!

  • keswickjo Posted: 03/29/11
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    Agree with dc and Jennie. Not worth the effort and waste of a good bottle of wine. Took far too much time for an "easy" recipe that I followed exactly.

  • Unless173 Posted: 11/12/11
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    It was only ok.

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