cooking substitutes


Question by  kasen (46)

What can I substitute for white wine when cooking?


Answer by  rubytadpole (119)

Water would work but doesn't add flavor. In a chicken dish, use chicken broth. In a beef dish, use beef broth. Use veggie broth in a veggie dish.


Answer by  ronaldo (100)

Balsamic vinegar in a moderate amount will do the trick.


Answer by  Bonnie72 (22)

You may use chicken or vegetable stock, water, or a splash of lemon. You may use white grape juice as well but add a squirt of leon to make it more acidic. White or red wine vinegar may be use but add a few splashes until you get familiar with the taste.


Answer by  maber (1427)

If you don't have white wine or you don't wish to cook with wine, you can just omit it. If you want the taste without the wine, they sell cooking wine in the grocery stores.

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