Cooking With Wine~A Recipe Collection

Share on FacebookPin on PinterestShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on TumblrPrint this page

“A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine.” ~ Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

photograph by Melissa Placzek

I’ve enjoyed cooking with wine pretty much since I started cooking. A splash or red wine in spaghetti sauce elevates the flavor from merely “good” to “fantastic.” Cooking with wine adds depth to your dishes. I was going to go into all the details here and realized there are already so many great articles on the subject, I’d just direct you to one of those if you care to read more about this. HERE you go!

The one tip I’ll emphasize, because I don’t think it can be overlooked, is don’t cook with wine you wouldn’t drink. It just makes sense that if you’re looking to add good flavor to your dish, that you’d use good wine to accomplish this. Not that you have to spend a ton of money on a bottle, there are good wines with moderate price tags attached. If you like the “two buck chuck” that can be purchased at places like Trader Joe’s, then, by all means, use it in your cooking. 😉

Here is a collection of 35 recipes that have been published on ChinDeep that include wine in them. There is quite a variety. Enjoy!

1.) Thai Honey-Chile Drummies

2.) Boeuf Bourguignon

3.) Venezia Baked Ameretti Apples

4.) Roast Goose

5.) Creamy Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

6.) South of the Border Tortilla Soup

7.) Coffee Roast

8.) Cornish Pasty

9.) Autumn Apple Bacon Chicken

10.) Cider Stew

11.) Mixed Grill Kabobs

12.) Bananas in Red Wine

13.) Easy Peasy Pea Soup

14.) Mushroom Crostini

15.) Gypsy Stew

16.) Pasta Puttanesca

17.) Risotto Fritters

18.) Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

19.) Cara Cara Orange Glazed Chicken

20.) Pasta “Fazool”

21) Linguini & Clams

22.) Bruschetta

23.) Asian Lettuce Wraps

24.) Tandoori Chicken on the Grill

25.) Latin Beef Picadillo

26.) Summer Strawberry Chicken Salad

27.) Tuscan Lemon Pasta

28.) Melted Lemon Chicken

29.) Bouillabaisse

30.) Baked Ratatouille

31.) Grilled Pizza

32.) Antipasto

33.) Provolone Chicken in Milk Gravy

34.) Comfort in a Bowl: Chicken & Buttermilk-Sage Dumplings

35.) Cantaloupe & Port

Salute!

~Melissa

 

 

Print Friendly

You may enjoy these related posts:

  2 comments for “Cooking With Wine~A Recipe Collection

  1. Kimber Dunn
    February 6, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    So many yummy recipes – and not enough time to enjoy them all. Going to try as many as I can though!

  2. admin
    February 6, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    Cooking with wine is fun. Enjoy!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *