[Top 5] Food Recipes That Goes Well With Red Wine


Red Wine / Friday, March 29th, 2019

Summer is almost near but most people feel it due to the hotter weather. Imagine the tropical regions around the world without winter? It’s starting to feel really toasty out there. If Valentine’s Day wasn’t hot enough for you, I’m sure Summer will make you feel the sweat from the hot sun.

It’s true that summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons, falling after spring and before autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice.

Red Wines aren’t just for lovers. It’s for everyone who loves it not only for its hearty health benefits. If you’re looking to pair-up your sweet red wine with a dish then you’ve just come to the right place. Take a look at these food recipes that we think will match to possibly any red wine/s you might have in shelf:

Bacon, Blue Cheese, and Shallot Compound-Adorned Filet Mignon

The filet develops a deeply darkened, crispy crust by being perfectly seared in a hot cast iron skillet. It gets topped with compound butter that is made with garlic, blue cheese, and bacon for a tangy finish.

Steak au Poivre

Brandy cream sauce adds a special-occasion twist to classic pan-fried steak. A simple rich sauce using whipping cream and broth, makes this peppery steak recipe perfect for special occasions or entertaining.

Mexican Fajita Kabobs

These grilled Mexican Fajita Kabobs taste just like fajitas and have many of the same components of fajitas, the meat, the peppers, the tortillas but cooked completely outdoors on the grill.

Spaghetti Puttanesca (Spaghetti With Capers, Olives, and Anchovies)

“Puttanesca” literally translates to “in the style of prostitutes,” supposedly because the pungent aromas of garlic, anchovies, capers, and olives tossed with pasta were how Neapolitan prostitutes would lead customers to their doors. This is one of those stories that seem, in the words of Douglas Adams, apocryphal or at least wildly inaccurate. That said, it’s a fitting title—puttanesca packs an aromatic punch and then some.

Beet Risotto with Goat Cheese

This beet risotto with goat cheese is the perfect dish to cook with your date – There’s not a lot of work, just a lot of stirring – So there’s plenty of time to just hang out in the kitchen, enjoy a glass of wine and turn on some Frank Sinatra. Plus, the wine’s cheaper, so you can splurge on an extra special bottle!

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