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any suggestions for what to do with 750mL of verjus? internet gives some chicken/lamb braising options, curious about others...

my mother bought the bottle a while ago by accident and just gave it to me (she thought it was nice white grape juice, i think)... not sure where i would be able to get more if needed, so i'd prefer something interesting on strong recommendation :) anyone? thanks!

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asked almost 4 years ago
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added almost 4 years ago

Try using it to poach a fish or chicken breast.

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added almost 4 years ago

Use it in place of any acid, like lemon, lime, vinegar.

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It makes a great vinaigrette without the harshness of vinegar and doesn't clash with whatever wine you are serving.

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added almost 4 years ago

Here is a great article on using verjus it contains all the answers above plus some other uses. http://whatscookingamerica...

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Rebecca Vitale

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added almost 4 years ago

thanks all! i know it's really acidic and am trying to think of something besides poaching. but maybe i'll use part of it for that. maybe a verjus-mint granita? found an inspiring recipe on whatscookinginamerica... or in pickling/preserving... more those veins

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