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I am making shrimp pasta can I substitute white wine with white wine vinegar?

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asked by Jashaun Dj Rackley 8 months ago

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hardlikearmour
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added 8 months ago

No. Better just water or broth.

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Jashaun Dj Rackley
added 8 months ago

And will the water go well with cheese and whipping cream ?

Nancy
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added 8 months ago

If you use same volume of vinegar as recipe called for wine, the sauce will be too strongly sour.
Use about one-quarter volume vinegar and replace the rest of the wine volume with water or broth.

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Jashaun Dj Rackley
added 8 months ago

And will the water go well with cheese and whipping cream ?

Nancy
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added 8 months ago

Water will go better with cheese and cream than the vinegar will...vinegar might curdle the cream

Smaug
added 8 months ago

It would be well worth the effort to get some wine, it's not that hard to come by. Vinegar is not a suitable substitute, nor is anything else, really.

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nancy essig
added 8 months ago

I always have a bottle of white vermouth in the fridge for using in place of white wine in recipes. It lasts longer

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