Really tasty & easy. I used skinless turkey leg & cut the meat off the bone when adding the flour mixture to the sauce, then put the boneless meat back in & heated through before serving - it tasted great.
Quick Coq au Vin
From EatingWell: January/February 2011
Here’s a quick version of Coq au Vin, a red wine-braised chicken-and-vegetable stew that usually takes the better part of an afternoon to make. Serve with herbed mashed potatoes and green beans.
10 Reviews for Quick Coq au Vin
My family and I love this. It has a great flavor. I add more carrots and mushrooms than what it calls for, and I use whatever chicken I have on hand. Boneless, skinless breasts work fine.
What a delectable dish! The chicken was so tender, it fell off the bone. The gravy was delicious and flavourful. I used double the amount of mushrooms than the recipe called for and cut the carrots into sizable chunks. I served with mashed potatoes and a spinach salad. My guests loved it.
Delicious! Well worth the time it took to make.
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