How can I replace wine in italian foods?

Question by MACaholic: How can i replace wine in italian foods?
Many Italian dishes use white wine or another wine and i don’t want to use it. Is there anything i can replace it with or get the similar flavor?

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Answer by Dee J
French cuisine does too. Depending on the dish, you could used an unsalted vegetable or chicken cube. Even orange juice can work for deglazing in some dishes.

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How Can I Replace Wine In Italian Foods?
How Can I Replace Wine In Italian Foods?
How Can I Replace Wine In Italian Foods?

How Can I Replace Wine In Italian Foods?

4 thoughts on “How can I replace wine in italian foods?

  1. A wine used to deglaze a pan can be replaced with broth or a mixture of water and a small amount of vinegar or lemon juice. Alcohols used for flavoring, such as a fruit-based liqueur, can be replaced with juice or fruit purees.

  2. I’ve encountered this situation a number of times, both at home and at work cooking for family style restaurants. I use an amount of broth (be it chicken, beef or vegetable) to replace the recommended amount of wine. The broth I would use would, of course, be paired with the dish being served (i.e., Chicken or Turkey Piccata I would use chicken broth). Hope this helps you!

  3. There is a great site: recipetips.com. Go to food substitutions. Somewhere in that area, they have a complete section on substitutions for alcohol (plus a bunch of other great tips as well).

  4. You can use soy sauce in some places – like in a tomato sauce recipe for pasta – a dash of soy or worcester sauce can help.

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