Just like UB40, we want red, red wine to stay close to us, especially in the kitchen. It’s a versatile ingredient in cooking, and it can be used in anything from pot roast to coq au vin to salad dressing. You can even put it in chocolate cake!

1. Red Wine Pot Roast by Dinner Then Dessert

From the website: “Red Wine Pot Roast is an easy classic comforting meal made from braised chuck roast seasoned with herbs, spices and red wine cooked until it is fork-tender.”

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2. Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin by Dinner Then Dessert

From the website: “Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin has all the red wine braised chicken flavors with shallots, chicken, garlic, mushrooms and carrots in the classic French dish you love.”

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3. Vegan Creamy Red Wine Mushrooms and Polenta by BeHealthy

From the website: “This vegan creamy polenta and red wine mushrooms is a dream. Quick enough to be a weeknight meal, decadent enough to be a date night meal.”

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 4. Instant Pot Red Wine Italian Meat Sauce by FamilyStyle Food

From the website: “This recipe is in the wheelhouse of my weeknight bolognese and this basic quick marinara, but tastes like it simmered on the stovetop for a couple hours rather than 15 minutes in the pressure cooker.”

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5. Homemade Red Wine Vinegar Salad Dressing by The Frugal South

From the website: “This homemade red wine vinegar salad dressing is a great first salad dressing recipe to try because the ingredients are readily available, cheap, AND you just dump everything into a bottle and shake!”

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6. Authentic Sangria by Mexico In My Kitchen

From the website: “One of the best wines to use for this sangria recipe are the ones made with the Garnacha grapes or the Tempranillo grapes. If you have a favorite red wine use that one. If you prefer fruity wines, like I do because they are lower in tannins, go ahead and use it. Beside those wines, tend to be less expensive. For this drink, you can easily find a good wine under a $ 20 dollar price. No need to go buy the expensive bottles, unless you want to.”

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7. Slow Cooker Red Wine Hot Chocolate by McCormick

From the website: “Mulled with the warm spices of ground cinnamon and nutmeg, this easy red wine hot chocolate recipe is irresistibly decadent.”

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8. Red Wine Sorbet by Sinful Nutrition

From the website: “Red Wine Sorbet — A low sugar dessert made with three simple ingredients. The perfect cool, sweet treat for wine lovers! [ low-sugar, gluten-free ]”

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9. Red Wine Chocolate Cake by Pretty Simple Sweet

From the website: “Rich, moist, and flavorful, this red wine chocolate cake carries a unique taste and an irresistible smell!”

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10. Red Wine Brownies

From the website: “They’ve made their way around the Internet for a couple of months now, so it was about time this brownie lover tried her hand at making Red Wine Brownies. Using my classic brownie recipe, I’ve adapted it – these might just be the best brownies you’ve ever tasted!”

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