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Easy Coq Au Vin

Rated as 3.98 out of 5 Stars

"Chicken parts lightly seasoned and browned, then braised in a red wine sauce. A quick version of a French classic. Serve with pasta or white steamed rice, if desired."
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Ingredients

45 m servings 344
Original recipe yields 8 servings

Directions

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  1. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Season chicken parts with salt, pepper and garlic powder and saute until lightly browned, about 5 to 7 minutes.
  2. Place wine in a shallow dish or bowl. Dip chicken pieces into wine, one at a time, and return to skillet. Add any remaining wine, stock and onions, stir together and reduce heat to medium.
  3. Cover skillet and cook for 30 minutes or until chicken is cooked through and no longer pink inside. In a small bowl, mix together cornstarch and water and add mixture to sauce to thicken; cook an additional 2 to 3 minutes and serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 344 calories; 17.9 3.7 31.8 100 498 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Coq Au Vin is a very good recipe. It does surprise me though that several of the reviewers were either put off or least surprised by the purple color that the wine gave the chicken. When using r...

Most helpful critical review

A respectable jumping-off point - a good premise, but needs work. Here's what to do to improve it: If you are aiming at a fresh taste more reminiscent of the original, then throw out the garlic ...

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A respectable jumping-off point - a good premise, but needs work. Here's what to do to improve it: If you are aiming at a fresh taste more reminiscent of the original, then throw out the garlic ...

Coq Au Vin is a very good recipe. It does surprise me though that several of the reviewers were either put off or least surprised by the purple color that the wine gave the chicken. When using r...

I tend to be turned off to chicken dishes because I find they often end up bland and flavorless. This recipe, on the other hand, was delicious! I was shocked to like a chicken dish so much! D...

Very tasty and easy recipe. Great for 2 person dinner.

This was pretty good, and did impress my French hubby. It was worth the time, and I will make it again.

I thought this looked great but it didn't go over real well in my house. I think I would substitute shallots for the onions for a more authentic taste.

It was really good, fast and easy! Since I only had drumsticks, I baked them for 20 minutes at 375ºF before starting the recipe to make sure they would be fully cooked. I also added some papri...

My wife loved this recipe. The gravey didn't turn out for me, but I think that was my fault. I will have to make a few measurement adjustments before I make it again, but I would highly recommen...

I feel the need to come to the rescue of this recipe. First of all the "bland" flavor is the nature of the cooking method. When you are braising a whole chicken in large quantities of any liquid...