Best recipes using red wine
Beef shin is cooked in a herby red wine stock until meltingly tender then served with creamy mash, perfect for a warming weekend meal.
Try this simple, melt-in-the-mouth brisket with red wine, thyme and onions for your next Sunday roast, or save for a special occasion when you have guests to impress.
This beef shin and red wine combination makes for an indulgent, comforting family classic. You can easily freeze this ahead for a stress-free weekday meal, too.
Made with a classic suet crust and rich steak and red wine filling inside, this is comfort family food at its best.
In this hearty pie recipe venison is slow cooked until beautifully tender, paired with chestnut mushrooms and red wine to create the perfect winter pick-me-up.
John Torode’s braised red cabbage side dish is spruced up with apples, smoked bacon, cinnamon and orange zest, and given a boozy red wine hit for a festive feast.
This recipe for sausages braise with fennel and red wine makes an easy, comforting meal for the family
Our most popular chilli con carne recipe EVER! Made Tex-Mex style with aged minced beef, chipotle powder, red wine, 70% dark chocolate and semi-dried tomatoes. The texture of good-quality beef mince goes perfectly with the kidney beans. Enjoy alongside corn tortillas, refried beans, avocado, fresh coriander, corn on the cob and Tabasco for a Mexican feast.
This recipe for chorizo al vino comes from Lobos, a tapas bar in Borough Market. It’s really simple but combines classic, bold Spanish flavours and is ideal to serve as part of a tapas spread.
Eating healthily doesn’t mean you have to deny yourself delicious food. This skinny beef bourguignon is packed full of classic flavours and is low-calorie. You’ll forget you’re being virtuous.
An easy-to-make comfort dish of braised lamb shanks cooked slowly in one pot and served with crushed new potatoes. This is a really economical casserole that just looks after itself.
Ready on the table in just 30 minutes, this simple yet satisfying pasta dish of sausage, fennel and red wine makes a speedy winter warmer.
This colourful pasta dish is low-Gi but watch the portion size as too much will cause a faster rise in blood glucose! Add a tin of chopped tomatoes instead of the sunblush tomatoes if you like more sauce.