Red wine recipes

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    Apple and Canadian Blue Cheese Tartlets with Icewine Glaze

    • These sweet-tangy pastries are ideal for easy  holiday entertaining. Bake them straight from  frozen for instant hot hors d'oeuvres or pair...
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    Barbecued Pepperberry Butterflied Leg of Lamb

    • Pepperberry is a native Australian spice that's similar in flavour and appearance to peppercorn but with a mineral citrus finish. Use a premade...
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    Basque-Style Chicken

    • Don't fret over using boneless, skinless chicken thighs - this perfectly-seasoned meal packs plenty of flavour from a savoury sauce of whole...
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    Beef and Baguette with Dip

    • Pat roast dry. With tip of sharp knife, make 24 evenly spaced slits in beef, about 1/2 inch (1 cm) deep. Quarter garlic cloves lengthwise; insert...
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    Beef Peposo

    • Crushed black peppercorns add a spicy touch to this make-ahead winter stew. Lots of garlic (it sweetens and turns mild as it cooks), onions,...
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    Beef Tenderloin Medallions with Red Wine Mushroom Sauce

    • Tenderloin grilling steaks get the royal treatment in this recipe with cremini mushrooms and red wine.
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    Beef Tenderloin with Cabernet Shallot Sauce

    • Sprinkle tenderloin with peppercorns and salt, pressing to adhere. In roasting pan, heat oil over medium-high heat; sear tenderloin all over....
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    Berries with Sabayon

    • In bowl, combine strawberries and raspberries. Divide among 6 dessert goblets or dishes. Set aside. Sabayon: In large heatproof bowl over...
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    Bistro Steak On Garlic Croutes

    • Preheat oven to 400°F (200°C). Rub bread all over with cut side of garlic; brush with 2 teaspoons (10 mL) of the oil. Toast on baking sheet...
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    Braised Rolled Flank Steak

    • There are two steps to braising. First you brown the meat to seal in the juices, then cover and cook it with a small amount of liquid at a low...
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    Brisket Braised in Wine with Dried Fruit and Potatoes

    • Dried apricots and prunes not only sweeten the sauce but also break down slightly, helping to thicken it. Make the dish a day ahead to allow...
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    Cabernet Franc Wine Jelly

    • Fresh thyme accentuates the herbaceous notes of Cabernet Franc. This gift makes a wonderful accompaniment to a cheese platter. – Adell Shneer
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    Caraway Pork Goulash

    • Top this robust Hungarian goulash with a big dollop of sour cream and serve it with buttered parsleyed noodles or potatoes. Irresistible!
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    Caribou Stew

    • Caribou is one of the staple ingredients in Nunavut cooking. It's classified as country food; or food from the land, and it's one of the only truly...
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    Chicken and Mushroom Bundles

    • In large shallow Dutch oven, heat oil over medium-high heat; cook chicken, in batches and stirring, for 8 minutes or until no longer pink inside....
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    Chopped Liver Pâté

    • This chic version of chopped liver can be served with all of your favourite garnishes, such as pickled vegetables and gherkins. Offer this pâté...
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    Chorizo Sausage Patties

    • Originally from Spain, chorizo is a highly flavoured sausage that's been adapted and is used in Mexico. By not stuffing the meat into casings, this...
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    Double-Tomato Chicken

    • Here, chicken is smothered in an intense tomato sauce enlivened with piquant sun-dried tomatoes. Not covering the pan while cooking allows the...
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    Duck Breast Wrapped With Bacon

    • This inspiration for this dish was to take duck, an ingredient found in traditional french cuisine, and to find a way to prepare and interpret it...
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    Elk Burgers With Caramelized Onions

    • Ground elk is a lean and tasty alternative to ground beef. Chopped bacon adds a bit of fat to make these burgers ultra-tender, while red wine...
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    Figs Poached in Spiced Red Wine with Mascarpone

    • Beautiful maroon-hued figs and a spiced honeylike sauce are an intriguing pair. Vanilla ice cream or a semi-firm sheep's cheese would also be ideal...
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    French Grape Harvest Cake

    • This light moist cake is simple and impressive. No Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise? Try a late-harvest Riesling, Vidal or even white grape juice. The...
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    Garlic Roast Beef and Gravy

    • This classic roast is at its most tender and juicy when cooked in the right pan: one that's big enough for air to circulate but not so large that...
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    • A glass of this traditional warm, spiced red wine is a great way to greet guests. Prepare it just before they arrive, to fill your house with the...
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    Hunter-Style Venison Meatloaf

    • You can make this meatloaf with ground venison, moose, elk or bison. Red wine gives it a traditional rich and fruity flavour, while the gin adds a...
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    Lamb You Can Eat With a Spoon

    • Lots of mashed potatoes are definitely a must to slather in the delicious gravy.
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    Maple Syrup Pork Wellington with Marsala Sauce

    • A new twist on a traditional beef wellington dish with Canadian flavors.
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    Mulled Poached Pears

    • It is important to start with a lot of liquid for the pears to turn a beautiful ruby red.
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    Mulled Red Wine and Madeira

    • Seville oranges add pleasant bitterness to this warming punch. Use navel oranges for a slightly sweeter version. Choose inexpensive light-bodied...
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    Mussel Sausage Simmer

    • In Dutch oven, heat oil over medium-high heat; brown sausage, in batches. Transfer to plate. Drain fat from pan. Add red onions, garlic, paprika...