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6 Insanely Delicious Recipes Using Cooking Wine

6 Insanely Delicious Recipes Using Cooking Wine

Sponsored by Tuscanini

One of the best ways to make a meal extra special is to add wine to your menu. Drinking wine makes a gathering extra festive, but we’re referring to wine that is actually cooked into your food. The deep rich notes really enhance a dishes aromas and flavors.

But which wine should you cook with?

Tuscanini’s new “Red Cooking Wine” is the answer. It’s made from the finest of Rosso Tuscano and white Muscat grapes.

It’s perfect for savory dishes like marinades, glazes, and even dressings!

The recipes below were developed specially to complement this delicate cooking wine, and to ensure the best results- prefect for an extra special Yom Tov meal.

Tuscanini’s Red Cooking Wine can be purchased on Amazon HERE.

  1. Red Wine and Date Brisket by Sina Mizrahi
    I love a good festive roast. For Rosh Hashanah, I added dates and silan to bring sweetness and complement the deep, flavorful cooking wine. It’s a crowd pleaser and so simple to make.
  2. Red Wine Braised Short Ribs with Baby Potatoes by Yocheved Shvarzblat
    With a braised beef, you never have to ask whether it’s rare or well done, because every piece will be done well. This cooking method creates soft, delicious, fall-off-the-bone goodness every single time. This makes it suitable for every preference and every gathering.
  3. Creamy Truffle and Salmon Gnocchi by Charnie Kohn
  4. Honeyed Chicken with Olives and Capers by Erin Grunstein
    This Chicken Marbella-inspired dish is incredibly juicy, tender, and full of flavor and sweetness from the wine, honey, olives, capers, zaatar, and lemon juice.
  5. One-Pan Chicken Cacciatore by Gabe Garcia

    Learn how to make this classic French chicken with eggplant, peppers, mushrooms, and tomatoes with Chef Gabe on Rosh Chodesh Club.

    Chef Gabe breaks down the ingredients for Chicken Cacciatore in this video.

    Download a PDF of this recipe for easy reference.

  6. Honey Soy Steamed White Fish by Estelle Chait