I am making creamy shrimp and fettuccine and need a substitute for dry sherry.
By bunny from AR
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By Coreen Hart 11/29/2010
I usually use chicken broth if I don't have the right wine on hand.
By Anonymous 11/20/2010
Cooking sherry but delete the salt from the recipe because cooking sherry is preserved with salt (unless, of course, you like more salt). You can find cooking sherry's and cooking wines in your markets vinegar isle.
Apple juice should work.
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I have a recipe that calls for sherry, what can I use as a substitute?
timjamie from AZ
By Cindy S.
I am making a pork loin and it calls for sherry along with other ingredients for the marinade. I have no sherry, what can I use instead?
By Beth from KY
As a sherry substitute you can use just about any type of wine or you can use red wine vinegar with 1 teaspoon of sugar or you can use white wine vinegar. You can also use cooking wines or cooking sherry's, but because cooking wine and sherry use salt as it's preservative you'll want to reduce or ditch the salt in the recipe for health sake. (08/12/2010)
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