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this is for a very important dinner tomorrow night. the taste is too bright. can i add beef bouillion and more chianti and reduce?

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asked by AnyaTika almost 6 years ago

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added almost 6 years ago

If you have plenty of time tomorrow, you may want to wait till then to adjust the seasoning, because the flavors will continue to develop and improve overnight. I would guess more meaty richness would come through and the brightness would mellow.

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added almost 6 years ago

(Sorry, that last answer was from me -- I was still signed in under another account to post the latest Genius Recipe!)

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added almost 6 years ago

Careful with the bouillon if a cube or tin - they are over salted. Use a no salt or low salt chicken broth...that will let the chianti flavor come through better. Add salt if needed at the last minute.

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