I am making creamy shrimp and fettuccine and need a substitute for dry sherry.
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Apple juice should work.
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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.
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I usually use chicken broth if I don't have the right wine on hand.
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