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Description: A dark, rich dish of cockerel, jointed, sealed and flambéed with brandy, then stewed in red wine, with button onions and mushrooms and the blood of the bird. Well cooked this is one of the great classic dishes.
Pronounced: kok oh vah'
Most frequent country: France
See places: French food and cuisine