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Why not a hen @French Fries ?  It requires the same kind of cooking time as a rooster and yields very flavorful meat.

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Originally Posted by Koukouvagia View Post
 

Why not a hen @French Fries ?  It requires the same kind of cooking time as a rooster and yields very flavorful meat.


To be honest I don't have any experience with hens (other than guinea hens but that's another bird I think) and I imagine hens being tough... but yes, maybe if you treat it like a rooster. 

 

I think if it's your first coq au vin and you want to impress some people it's probably better to stick to something you know well, so if you've done hens before maybe go for them, otherwise I would stick to chicken so that you can know what to expect. 

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