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Make Coq Au Vin Like a French Chef

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Make Coq Au Vin Like a French Chef

Searching for an elegant French recipe that is simple to make? Look no further than the classic coq au vin. This country stew of chicken and wine (originally rooster and wine) is elevated to new heights in the hands of the famous Chef Paul Bocuse.

The French chef is a culinary legend. He is part of the Michelin elite for his three-star Restaurant Bocuse, which has been open for 40 years, and won the Lifetime Achievement Award from World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2005.

The trick to Chef Bocuse’s recipe is to let the chicken marinate overnight. Follow that simple step and you’ll be enjoying a flavourful and tender coq au vin. After you’ve enjoyed your gourmet dish, finish off your meal with mandarin zabaione with a nougat biscuit.

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