I've used a dry Marsala when I was out of sherry for
cooking. To drink--not so much.
Sherry wine will make it much sweeter.
You can use equal parts dry sherry/pale sherry wine; not the cooking wine... the drinking wine. :)
Yes, any good quality white wine can be used instead of sherry.
I would not recomment it. Sherry is a fortified red wine. You can use vinegar or lemon juice in most recipes calling for white wine.
Sherry will affect the final flavour of the food, but in most cases it can be substituted for wine.
Sherry is not white wine and has a distinctive flavor of its own. You might like the result but it would not taste like it would with white wine. White grape juice or apple juice might be a better substitute.
Sherry is a fortified wine
generally cooking wine which includes dry cooking sherry is wine with a lot of sodium added. it is not for drinking straight, only to use in cooking. I suggest using real wine or sherry.
A good Port is excellent in place of Sherry. Alcohol will loose it's clout leaving the flavor behind and makes excellent gravies. You could even use a good red wine if you wanted too.
No. Sherry is a type of fortified wine, where brandy is added to it after the fermentation process.
Sherry is a fortified wine.
Yes you may be able to use rice wine instead of dry sherry,most recipes when asking for dry sherry state either or can be used.
Sherry is a type of fortified wine, meaning that after the initial fermentation and aging process, another spirit is added.
I would not do to the fact that sherry is much more intense in flavor and you want the garlic flavor to come out not be hidden.
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.