Coq au Vin is traditionally made with red wine, but it is just as delicious made with dry cider or white wine.
It also tastes even better if you have time to let it rest overnight once cooked to let all the flavours mingle – just warm it through before diving in. If there are any leftovers, it makes a tasty pie filling too, you just need to thicken the sauce.
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