Substitute for Sherry?

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A good substitute for dry sherry in a recipe is dry wine. You can also use apple juice or red wine vinegar or vanilla extract. Dry sherry adds savoury components to the flavour. If you're making soup you can also replace it with stock.
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A dry wine would be an adequate substitute for dry sherry in a recipe. I've also heard of some people using everything from apple juice to red wine vinegar to vanilla extract although
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Sherry adds more of a savory component to the flavor. What are you making? If it's a soup, I think you'd be fine replacing it with extra stock, or you could do 50/50 of stock and
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Dry sherry is a wine that can be served as an apertif. A spanish wine from the Jerez region of southern Spain. They range from very dry to sweet and from amber to brown. You can also
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Use any type of wine you like. Sweet or dry vermouth would be an excellent
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A dry wine would be an adequate substitute for dry sherry in a recipe. I've also heard of some people using everything from apple juice to red wine vinegar to ...
You can substitute sherry with vanilla extract. For each tablespoon of sherry called for replace with a teaspoon of vanilla extract. ...
The various vinegars are used to induce a subtle ascerbity to dishes (thus opening up the tastebuds on the tongue). I would not recommend using brown malt vinegar ...
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