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Has anyone successfully substituted marsala wine in a recipe for Chicken Marsala with a non-alcohol replacement?

Student wanting to learn how to make chicken marsala but my establishment does not allow alcohol in kitchen. I've ruled it out because it seems impossible, and still maintain a good flavor. Unless someone out there can help!

asked by cook4you over 5 years ago

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Hilarybee
added over 5 years ago

I'd try to find verjus. It is made from unripened grapes. It is sweeter than vinegar, but still acidic enough to be a good wine replacement. http://www.bonappetit.com...

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added over 5 years ago

Marsala wine does have a distinct flavor, however you can try this as a non-alcohol substitute: you can use this non-alcoholic substitute:
1/4 cup of white grape juice
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons of sherry vinegar

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Destany Russell
added over 1 year ago

How much of Marsala wine does this amount to?

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added over 5 years ago

Food52 Editors: Can you expand the viewing/answer typing area to "add your answer here?" It's so small; same with asking a question.

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mensaque
added over 5 years ago

Or at least add a way so that we could roll the text,cause right now it's hard to read it while writing.

mensaque
added over 5 years ago

Tricky one...maybe your student could try to follow your recipe at home and film it...you could make a "master class" out of the video with and point his "rights and wrongs","dos and dont's" .

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