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Do you often use wine in your cooking?

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i do sometimes but not a lot.
Mainly white wine and as i dont drink, I use a dry sherry always instead of wine - not sure if this would make a difference?

In the end you can't taste it anyway.
by Finy
No, it's not something I would think of.
by Rice
Yes. A lot of recipes I make list wine among the ingredients. I just use cask wine for cooking . I know in italian food in particular, the wine helps to make the sauces more robust. I put it in some casseroles. Chinese cooking often requires Chinese rice wine. The alcohol used in cooking always evaporates leaving only the part needed for cooking, so non drinkers are quite safe to use it.
No never have, but I was thinking of it for this year....Trying new foods etc.
No
by AJ
Yes, when it requires. I love cooking with wine.
Sometimes.

I am not a fan of alcohol in general so it doesnt tend to be in the house for me to use.
Yes for specific dishes. I use white wine when cooking risotto and red wine for cooking pasta with a tomato based sauce. I keep a 2L cask wine of red and white in the pantry to use with cooking as I don't want to open a bottle just to use a small amount and then feel obliged to drink the rest of the bottle so that it does not go to waste!
Yes. I use both red and white wines in my cooking. Red wine enhances the flavour of a good spag bol for example.
Not very often - I usually just drink the wine!
I don't use wine often in cooking but I do now and then. I have a lovely prawn risotto recipe which uses white wine. Occasionally I use red wine in some hearty casseroles.
Yes, I'd use both red or white wine, if the recipe called for the use of wine. No it's not often. As Marie mentioned, white wine makes a lovely risotto!
by Miro
I wouldn't say 'often', but I do use it, eg casseroles, fish or chicken dishes.

I also use Dry Vermouth in cooking, now & again.
It gives a lovely flavour to the food.




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