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Substitute for dry vermouth

asked by emjukes almost 3 years ago
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added almost 3 years ago

I usually use dry white wine or dry sherry. Depending on the dish, you can also use Marsala or even port.

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Really depends upon what recipe you need it for. More info?

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added almost 3 years ago

Vermouth is good for keeping.around, and not much else, to my mind. If your intended result is savory, I would go with a nice, not oaky, medium-sweet white wine. If you are preparing a sweeter dish, I would think a nice Port could work, but use less. To me, vermouth is odd outside of a martini.