Wine is a fantastic addition to any recipe whether you are using a red wine, white wine, or sparkling wine (champagne).
Chouriço is simply the Portuguese chorizo. All the better if you can find Portuguese chouriço for this dish, but the more common Spanish chorizo will work just fine. Serve over mash or rice.
This is a great recipe that is easy to cook but gives a nice colourful and subtly flavoured dish
Red wine and beef are an eternal combination that always has great success and this casserole recipe is no exception.
Called "moules marinieres" in French, these tasty mussels are cooked in a white wine sauce that is seasoned with bay, thyme and parsley. Enjoy with crusty bread.
Fresh and tender salmon steaks are plunged into a boiling hot stock made of onions, carrots, celery and dry white wine. The salmon absorbs the flavour.
This is a firm favourite in our family, and so easy. Cooked in the slow cooker with red wine, veggies and herbs.
A great marinade for swordfish or barramundi of white wine, lemon juice, garlic and soy sauce. Bright flavours that allow the fish to shine.
This is the best way to serve clams or pipis, simply steamed in wine and their own juices. Serve with a crusty baguette, or over pasta.
Pork fillets are pan fried, then simmered in stock, white wine and fresh chopped coriander. Delicious served with white rice or fresh bread.
Only four ingredients, including the steak! A simple red wine and balsamic reduction are the perfect finish to this simple dinner.