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Asked in Wine and Champagne
Instead of sherry can you use white cooking wine in a recipe?
yes you can _______ Red cooking wine would be a better substitute as sherry has a red wine base. White cooking wine wouldn't have the same depth. ...
Asked in Food & Cooking, Wine and Champagne
What is the difference between dry red wine and sherry Can I use sherry instead of dry red wine for coq Au vin?
Sherry is a type of fortified wine, meaning that after the initial fermentation and aging process, another spirit is added. ...
Can you substitute sauternes or marsala wine for sherry?
No, because sauternes is a sweet white wine, while marsala and sherry are red and can be dry. ...
Asked in Red Wine
Can you use red wine instead of sherry in recipes?
i would say no, because red wine could be dry or sweet and sherry would not have the body to create a sauce if this is what it is intended for. ...
Instead of white wine can you use dry sherry in a recipe?
No, because sherry is red and it tastes different, so unless you want your food to change color and taste, don't substitute sherry for white wine. ...
Asked in Vinegar
What is the difference between sherry vinegar and wine vinegar?
Sherry is a fortified wine, usually brown in color. Wine vinegars are the result of bacterial action increasing the acidity in wine while lowering the alcohol content. Sherry vinegar is a type or sub-set of wine vinegar, often sweeter that most wine vinegars, started from Sherry wine. While other types of wine vinegar often show up in vinigrettes and salad dressing, due to its sweetness and stronger flavor, Sherry Vinegar does so rarely if at all. Other types of wine vinegars include...