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What can I substitute for dry white wine

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Merrill

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

added about 2 years ago

What's the recipe you're making?

GIOVANNI50 added about 2 years ago

Dry vermouth would be fine. If cooking to reduce, then plain chicken stock.

Bigpan
bigpan added about 2 years ago

White dry vermouth is your best friend in both kitchen and martinis.

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allans added about 2 years ago

Dry Vermouth is my kitchen staple. Sherry is a close second, but adds some sweetness so decide based on your recipe.

davidpdx added about 2 years ago
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Depends on what you are making and why you ask. If you simply don't have dry white wine in your larder and you are trying to flavor a sauce or deglaze a pan, then chicken or vegetable stock will work. If you are just seeking an alternative flavor, then white vermouth or sherry would work. If you want to avoid alcohol, then chicken or vegetable stock or just plain water would be fine.

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