Rice wine vinegar can be substituted with white wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar with a pinch of sugar, or a mixture of three parts white vinegar and one part water. A recipe with rice wine vinegar typically intends for white rice vinegar to be used, not red or black rice.
The Chinese use red rice vinegar in seafood or sweet-and-sour dishes. Black rice vinegar typically is used in Chinese stir-fries and dipping sauces. Sometimes, rice wine vinegar is referred to as simply rice vinegar. Rice vinegar is sweeter and milder than other vinegars.
Rice wine vinegar should not be substituted with seasoned rice vinegar.Learn More
White wine vinegar can often be substituted for champagne vinegar in a recipe. Since champagne vinegar has a sweeter taste than white wine vinegar, the juice of a lemon or orange can be added to the white wine vinegar.Full Answer >
There are several options that are similar to the flavor profile of red wine vinegar and can, therefore, be used as substitutes such as white wine vinegar, rice wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, sherry vinegar andÂ balsamic vinegar. There are other substitutes for red wine vinegar that can mimic its taste, but do not have the same acidity as red wine vinegar. These include tamarind paste, red wine and white wine vinegar mixture, lemon or lime juice and just plain red wine.Full Answer >
Other types of vinegars, wine, lemon juice and lime juice work as effective substitutes for white wine vinegar. To maximize the usefulness of the substitution, select an option that complements the other flavors in the final dish.Full Answer >
Gums from plants other than Acacia senegel (the source of gum arabic) such as gum ghatti from Anogeissus latifolia and karroo gum from Acacia karroo are used as substitutes for gum arabic. Exudate gums from Feronia limonia and Cochlospermum religiosum are also used as gum arabic substitutes.Full Answer >