What can I substitute for dry sherry in a marinade?
White vermouth will do it.
What have you got in the house? Any fortified wine could work, even brandy, possibly rum or another liquor. Sherry doesn't keep well so I rarely have it around at home and often turn to brandy or whatever I think will pair with the other flavors involved.
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