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Substitue for Palm Vinegar for Indian Chicken dish needed

Looking for an acceptable subsitute for palm vinegar for this recipe. Thank you. http://www.saveur.com/article...

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asked almost 5 years ago

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added almost 5 years ago

I hope you find a more firsthand response, but this might help. I was curious and found this at chowhound: 'Supposedly, it has a bit of a citrusy taste and [...] recipe uses some lime zest to try to replicate the citrus (while using white wine vinegar.)

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added almost 5 years ago

For the Chicken Vindaloo recipe, if you replace the Palm Vinegar with some Apple Cider Vinegar, and then add about a quarter tsp of cane sugar, you should get a very similar effect. The Palm vinegar is generally a little sweet and citrussy, so this should balance it out. The vinegar would essentially evaporate in the vindaloo leaving behind the flavour you need.

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