10 Rich Dishes Featuring Red Wine

By Jeanette Morelan on February 23, 2016

“I love cooking with wine. Sometimes, I even put it in the food!” We’re not sure who said it first, but we tend to agree on all counts. Whether you’re a cab fan or a merlot maven, these beautifully boozy recipes are sure to become quick favorites.

1

Homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup

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Skip the canned stuff—this creamy, savory soup is full of rich flavor and so much better for you than the store-bought stuff.

Damn Delicious

2

Daube Provençale (French Beef Stew with Red Wine)

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This savory winter stew is perfect served atop a pile of buttery mashed potatoes.

Katie At The Kitchen Door

3

Red Wine Hot Chocolate

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For the ultimate break-up (or PMS) cure, combine two of our favorite things: red wine and hot chocolate. Mmmm...

Imma Eat That

4

Classic Coq Au Vin

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In this classic French dish, tender chicken and vegetables are immersed in a flavorful red wine sauce and simmered to perfection.

Vikalinka

5

Pan Seared Sirloin with Red Wine Sauce

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Take your steak from average to uh-ma-zing with this decadent red wine sauce designed to bring out the best flavor in the meat.

The Slow Roasted Italian

6

Slow-Cooked Boeuf Bourguignon

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A Julia Child favorite, this slow cooker variation on classic a French beef stew gleans some of its richness and flavor from the addition of plenty of red wine.

The Kitchn

7

One Pot Red Wine Pasta

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Wine, pasta, and cheese—what more could you ask for?

A Beautiful Mess

8

Red Wine Chocolate Cake

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This recipe's all the proof you need that wine and chocolate were meant for each other.

Smitten Kitchen

9

Pork Chops with Garlic and Wine

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Upgrade your pork chop by simmering it in a bittersweet, garlicky wine sauce.

The Pioneer Woman

10

Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks in Red Wine Sauce

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For a recipe that's guaranteed to impress dinner guests, try this intensely flavorful lamb dish—it's simply unforgettable.

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