Substitutes For Alcohol In Cooking
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Substitutes For Alcohol In Cooking
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:25:24 AM. Recipe ID 59328. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Substitutes for alcohol in cooking
 Categories: Info/tips
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
           Substitutes follow
 
  For 1 cup of wine, try 7/8 cup chicken stock for savory dishes or
  fruit juice for desserts and the remaining 1/8 cup lemon juice or
  vinegar. OR try tomato juice and add some fresh herbs.
  
  For 1-2 Tbsp. dry wine substitute lemon juice or vinegar eg. for dips.
  
  For Amaretto, try 1/2 tsp almond extract for each 1/4 cup liqueur. Add
  extract gradually and taste as you go along.
  
  For orange liqueur such as Grand Marnier use equivalent amount of
  frozen orange juice plus a little orange rind.
  
  For coffee liqueur, use coffee made with 4-6 times the amount of
  coffee you normally use or double-strength espresso.
  
  Other fruit liqueurs, use the syrup from canned fruit (reduced by
  boiling).
  
  Rum - try small amount of rum extract or vanilla.
 




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Recipe ID 59328 (Apr 03, 2005)

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