Some recipes list alcoholic beverages as ingredients. And even when there are few of them, the cooked dish cannot be consumed by children, pregnant women or people with various chronic diseases, writes RBC-Ukraine.
What can replace alcoholic beverages in recipes – read the material below.
In modern cooking, alcohol is often found in recipes. And it has its own specific functions – meat becomes more tender and cooks faster, pastries will be more magnificent, and desserts get a unique flavor.
It is really possible to replace alcohol in the recipe, and at the same time the taste will not be lost, the quality of the dish will not be spoiled.
- Beer – non-alcoholic beer, chicken or beef broth.
- Port – juice from dark grapes with the addition of lemon zest, cranberry juice with lemon zest.
- Red wine – dark grape juice, red wine vinegar, non-alcoholic red wine.
- Dry white wine – light grape juice with wine vinegar, non-alcoholic white wine.
- White wine sweet (semi-sweet, semi-dry) – juice from light grapes with sugar.
- Champagne – ginger ale, light grape juice.
- Coffee liqueur – espresso, coffee extract or syrup.
- Amaretto – almond extract.
- Bourbon – vanilla extract, orange or pineapple juice, peach syrup.
- Cherry liqueur is a syrup made from canned cherries.
- Cognac – peach, apricot or pear juice.
- Orange liqueur – orange juice
- Mint liqueur – mint extract with water.
- Kahlua is an espresso with cream, coffee syrup or extract.
- Rum – light grape juice, apple juice with the addition of almond extract.
- Sherry – vanilla extract, orange or pineapple juice, peach syrup.
- Vodka – juice from light grapes or apple juice with the addition of lime juice.