6 Red Wine Recipes That Are Simply Delicious

We all love indulging in a delicious home-cooked meal with a glass of Bordeaux in Saint Clair. However, do you know you can prepare lip-smacking delicacies using red wine? Yes, you read that right. Therefore, do not toss a portion of a perfectly good bottle into the trash. Instead, use it for cooking stews, amazing sauces, and even desserts. You can also use red wine to tenderize meat, enhance the flavour and depth of the meal, and deglaze a pan. Therefore, pop open your bottle and start cooking with your favourite red wine! 

Below, we have listed the top six delicious red wine recipes! 

  1. Short ribs with mushrooms and spring vegetables: Several chefs around the globe marinate short ribs and vegetables in red wine overnight. Then, they use the marinade in the braise. It helps layer the flavours in the dish and enhance its overall taste. 
  2. Beef stew in red wine sauce: Chefs and home cooks use flatiron steak, a special shoulder piece. It is lean, moist, and tender, making it an ideal stew. They do not use water, stock, or demiglace; instead, they make the stew with red wine. This recipe has always been a great hit! 
  3. Steak Au Poivre with red wine pan sauce: Red wine pan sauce is a mixture of fond, broth, shallots, butter, and good quality wine. Adding butter binds all the ingredients together and gives them a syrupy consistency. The sauce is an excellent accompaniment to a peppercorn-crusted rib-eye steak, as it has a perfect mixture of sumptuous fat and acid from the wine. 
  4. Red wine chocolate snack cake: The red wine chocolate cake is such a decadent treat! Cabernet Sauvignon brings those fruity notes that elevate the taste of the cake, making it an excellent dessert or a midday snack. 
  5. Steak and brassicas with red wine sauce: The brassicas consist of baby cauliflower with 2 to 4-inch heads in various bright colours such as orange, purple, green, and regular ivory. Finally, you can serve it with rich red wine sauce. 
  6. Red wine venison stew: This stew is made with venison and is rich in flavour. It has a thick, silky sauce that sticks to the vegetables and meat while they slowly cook together. Use ½ cup of rich red wine such as Cabernet Sauvignon or Syrah to make the perfect red wine venison stew.