Sherry wine will make it much sweeter.
You can but you won't like the result. Vinegar is acidic whereas sherry is a sweetner, flavorer after the alcohol cooks away.
In most recipes, sherry would be appropriate. Often sherry vinegar is used in place of sherry by those who want to avoid alcohol. The exception might be when preparing a salad where the greater acidity of the vinegar is important.
y of course u cant. u can only use me u silly goose
brown rice vinegar OR Chinese black vinegar (cheaper) OR red wine vinegar + sugar or honey OR sherry vinegar OR fruit vinegar
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.
yes because it is a good substitute.
Red wine vinegar, if you have it.
If your sherry vinegar has lost its flavor, discard it and get some new sherry vinegar.
No. Sherry wine is a drinkable sherry, that can be used in cooking, while sherry vinegar is used only for cooking.
I doubt it. Sherry is not particularly sour and gives a special flavor when it is used. Nothing tastes like sherry. Of course, you might like vinegar more than you like sherry and there are excellent dishes that contain vinegar but not sherry,but I think you would be very lucky if you find that rice vinegar works well in dish that calls for sherry.
U can use an observorant cloth sherry recipe it is excellent
Yes, you can substitute brandy instead of sherry in a cookie recipe.
you can use a couple of drops of vinegar
i think you should use red wine vinegar with a dash of balsamic if you want sweet. otherwise just stick with a vinegar
Any wine vinegar would substitute for sherry vinegar. Other possible substitutions include raspberry vinegar and cider vinegar, although these products will alter the taste of the final dish.
You could substitute rice vinegar for cooking sherry. Rice vinegar has a mild, sweet flavor.
Dry vermouth, but use a little less.
oh yes, definietly!
You can use equal parts dry sherry/pale sherry wine; not the cooking wine... the drinking wine. :)