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What Can I Do With Leftover Red Wine?

Lent season started I gave up wine and meat for 50 days

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hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.

added about 3 years ago

Maybe you could make vinegar.

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cookbookchick added about 3 years ago

Save it in the fridge or the freezer to add to a ragu or a stew after Easter!

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Panfusine added about 3 years ago

1. use it for vegetables like tomatoes that call for alcohol to release characteristic flavors which may not be water soluble.
2. Make Mulled wine!

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Panfusine added about 3 years ago

after Easter of course!

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Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

added about 3 years ago

Excuse me for overstating the obvious, but why not pour a glass?

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Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

added about 3 years ago

Terribly sorry, pauljoseph, I skipped right over the fine print of your question. Maybe give it to a nice neighbor.

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prettyPeas added about 3 years ago

If I weren't eating meat for a while either, I'd reduce it and then freeze it for sauces once meat comes back into rotation.

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Helen's All Night Diner added about 3 years ago

It might be a true test of character, but you could just make a recipe with the wine and meat that would also freeze well. A stew or ragu... It would be a very nice reward after Easter.

brandon added about 3 years ago

use it to deglaze the pan for a minute sauce next time you pan roast meat or veggies. add it to a stew. reduce by a third and use it for a vinaigrette, marinate protein in it. make sangria, poach some pears and serve warm with bleu cheese, make a gelatin with strawberries.

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SwoonMySpoon added about 3 years ago

Make ice cubes out it and then use the ice cubes (post-Lent) in sauces, soups, deglazing, and so on.

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