Instant Pot Essentials: Carla Makes Coq au Vin | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, February 13, 2018
  • Carla shows us how to make Coq au Vin in an Instant Pot. Instead of hours in the oven, this classic French braise only needs 15 minutes at high pressure to achieve silky-shreddy chicken meat and vegetables so tender you can cut them with a spoon.

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  • kcheungquenneville

    Great Instant Pot Coq au Vin, thanks for the tips Carla. I used red wine instead, it turned out amazing!!!

  • Blaine Mitchell
    Blaine Mitchell  3 days ago

    That was not 15 minutes. It took at least an hour to make if not more.

  • abemagic10
    abemagic10  5 days ago

    What to use to replace the wine?

  • Luke C
    Luke C  7 days ago

    Talking is sort of annoying, just get on with it!

  • Christopher Kartes
    Christopher Kartes  7 days ago +1

    I believe the instant pot has a silver pressure switch with a solid circular burner around it.

  • Billy D
    Billy D  7 days ago

    No wine?

  • harlanpepper
    harlanpepper  7 days ago

    "Thank you, Cleveland! We're Visual Bacon."

  • Alyssa
    Alyssa  7 days ago

    My phone set a timer for 10 mins 😂

  • Dietitian Daddy
    Dietitian Daddy  7 days ago

    Carla (@BonAppetit): Would it be possible to make this completely in an Instant Pot? I live in a small studio apt. and have 1 stove top burner.

  • Orella Minx
    Orella Minx  7 days ago

    People who don't like the crispy bits of caner are monsters

  • Catherine Chicoine

    coco van

  • Maddie Bender
    Maddie Bender  14 days ago +1

    Is it possible to substitute turnips for carrots

  • Bryan Rasmussen
    Bryan Rasmussen  14 days ago

    Made this tonight, that Jus from the butter and flour at the end was immaculate. I could just eat that with a spoon!

  • Saland Findles
    Saland Findles  14 days ago

    I wonder, could I do this in a testimonial pressure cooker? I'm not really interested in an instant pot because of it's drawbacks and I already have a pressure cooker. Hmm.

  • Sam Leeke
    Sam Leeke  14 days ago

    Brad, Carla, and Claire are all dummy thicc and highly entertaining.

  • telioty
    telioty  14 days ago

    Sautee your mushrooms in water first. It'll make the mushrooms not take up as much oil.
    Watch "What's eating Dan - Mushrooms", he says in that video you cannot* overcook mushrooms.

  • Laura Bowles
    Laura Bowles  14 days ago

    What can I sub for the bacon for someone who can't eat pork? I see how important the fat/juices are to the flavor in this recipe!

  • Tacos Forever
    Tacos Forever  14 days ago

    This old hoe acting like she created the instant pot

  • John Simon
    John Simon  14 days ago +1

    Red wine is always used in real classic Coq Au Vin.

  • Paola Energya
    Paola Energya  14 days ago

    Right, just got myself a slow cooker, my hob is kaputt so no pre-browning but I'll have a go