This Is How I Cook
If you have some red wine in your house that you’ve been dying to drink, tonight is the night. Pick one of these amazing recipes and pour yourself a glass. You won’t be sorry — these dishes taste amazing with red wine.
Simple Living and Eating
This stuffed cabbage recipe is made with brown rice, ground beef, coriander, and mint, which gives a simple dish more complexity.
No Spoon Necessary
The filet develops a deeply darkened, crispy crust by being perfectly seared in a hot cast iron skillet. It gets topped with compound butter that is made with garlic, blue cheese, and bacon for a tangy finish.
This Is How I Cook
These chops were easily grilled, about 5-6 minutes per side. Lamb should be served pink, for the best flavor. I served these with a simple chimichurri type sauce composed of cilantro, red onion, and mint with a touch of honey.—This Is How I Cook
Braciole is an Italian meat dish that consists of thin flank steak rolled up with cheese, herbs, and breadcrumbs. The meat is quickly browned before being cooked low and slow in a pool of tomato sauce. The result is slices of tender beef with swirls of cheese, herbs, and breadcrumbs — it’s easy and elegant. — The Kittchen
Watch Learn Eat
This baked balsamic bruschetta features marinated tomatoes, onion, garlic, fresh basil, and shredded Parmesan cheese. — Watch Learn Eat
Feed Your Soul 2
This is a grilled veal chop topped with a pesto compound butter that goes perfectly with red wine. — Feed Your Soul 2
Giggles, Gobbles, and Gulps
A Calculated Whisk
There's nothing more comforting than a slow-cooked Bolognese sauce with sweet potato spaghetti! This recipe is gluten-free, paleo, and much more colorful and nutritious than regular spaghetti and meatballs. — A Calculated Whisk
This chicken pot pie recipe is filled with juicy chicken, corn, peas, and mushrooms. This is a hearty and delicious dinner option, but what will make it even better — red wine.
Moore Or Less Cooking
This brisket is transformed into tender morsels of barbecue goodness. Rub the beef with a combination of chili powder, cumin, brown sugar, cayenne, and garlic, then slow-cook it in a sweet-savory sauce that includes smoky chipotle chiles. After 10 hours of gentle cooking, the meat can be sliced or shredded, tossed with the sauce, and stuffed into a sandwich. Serve with baked beans, coleslaw and my zesty potato salad. — Moore Or Less Cooking