The end of May: a time of celebration, parties, and catching up with your friends and loved ones. Whether you’re hosting a weekend barbecue or you’re the proud relative of a recent graduate, there are sure to be plenty of bottles of wine going around.
While it may be tempting to turn a dull Sunday night into a night curled up with your favorite bottle of Pinot Grigio and the latest Oprah-endorsed cable TV movie, our friends at AllFreeChickenCasseroles.com think that wine tastes just as good baked into a chicken casserole as poured into a glass.
White wine cooking is the hallmark of high dining, and our recipe for Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore is sure to keep your kitchen smelling unbearably delicious all day long.
If you’re looking for something a little healthier, you can’t go wrong with our delectable Chicken, Spinach, and Almond Pasta Bake. Using whole wheat pasta, a touch of lemon, and a sprinkling of almonds, cooking with wine has never looked so appealing!
Perhaps you’re not a fan of white wine or maybe you have a bottle of red wine that’s been sitting around for goodness knows how long. We’ve got just the ticket for you. Our Chicken, Mushroom, and Red Wine Casserole is a sinfully light recipe, filled with the elegance of fine restaurant dining.
So pull out a bottle of cooking wine, and get in the kitchen! (Don’t forget to pour yourself a glass, of course!) What’s your favorite recipe to cook with wine?
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