• Alcohol substitutions

    From Sean Dennis@618:618/10 to All on Tue Jan 26 02:27:08 2021
    Hi everyone,

    I found this information about substituting alcoholic ingredients in
    recipes with other items. Though this might be useful for those of you
    who don't or can't cook with alcohol.

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    Amaretto: Almond extract. (Substitute 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon almond
    extract for 2 tablespoons Amaretto.)

    Anisette: Anise Italian soda syrup or fennel.

    Beer: Chicken broth, beef broth, mushroom broth, white grape
    juice, ginger ale.

    Bourbon: 1 1/2 to 2 teaspoons of non-alcoholic vanilla extract.

    Brandy: Water, white grape juice, apple cider or apple juice,
    diluted peach or apricot syrups. (Substitute equal amounts
    of liquid.)

    Champagne: Ginger ale, sparkling apple cider, sparkling cranberry
    juice, or sparkling white grape juice.

    Cointreau: Orange juice or frozen orange juice concentrate.

    Coffee Liqueur: To replace 2 tablespoons of liqueur, use 1/2 to 1
    teaspoon of chocolate extract mixed with 1 teaspoon of instant coffee,
    which has been mixed in 2 tablespoons of water. Can also substitute
    expresso, non-alcoholic coffee extract or coffee syrup.

    Cognac: Juice from peaches, apricots, or pears.

    Creme de menthe: Spearmint extract or oil of spearmint diluted with a
    little water or grapefruit juice.

    Grand Marnier or Orange-Flavored Liqueur: Unsweetened orange juice
    concentrate or orange juice. (Substitute 2 tablespoons unsweetened
    orange juice concentrate or 2 tablespoons orange juice and 1/2
    teaspoon orange extract for 2 tablespoons Grand Marnier.)

    Kahlua: Coffee or chocolate-flavored liqueur. (Substitute 1/2 to 1
    teaspoon chocolate extract or substitute 1/2 to 1 teaspoon instant
    coffee in 2 tablespoons water for 2 tablespoons Kahlua.)

    Kirsch: Syrup or juices from cherries, raspberries, boysenberries,
    currants, or cider. (Substitute equal amounts of liquid.)

    Peppermint Schnapps: Non-alcoholic mint or peppermint extract, mint
    Italian soda syrup, or mint leaves.

    Port Wine, Sweet Sherry, or Fruit-Flavored Liqueur): Orange juice or
    apple juice. (Substitute equal amount of liquid.)

    Rum (light or dark): Water, white grape juice, pineapple juice, apple
    juice or apple cider, or syrup flavored with almond extract.
    (Substitute equal amounts of liquid.)

    Sake: Rice vinegar.

    Sherry or Bourbon: Orange or pineapple juices, peach syrup, or
    non-alcoholic vanilla extract. (Substitute equal amount of liquid 1
    to 2 teaspoons vanilla extract.)

    Southern Comfort: Peach flavored nectar combined with a small amount
    of cider vinegar.

    Tequila: Cactus juice or nectar.

    Triple Sec: Orange juice concentrate, orange juice, orange zest or
    orange marmalade.

    Vermouth, Dry: White grape juice, white wine vinegar, or non-alcoholic
    white wine.

    Vermouth, Sweet: Apple juice, grape juice, balsamic vinegar,
    non-alcoholic sweet wine, or water with lemon juice.

    Whiskey: If a small amount is called for, it can be eliminated.

    Vodka: White grape juice or apple cider combined with lime juice or
    use plain water in place of the vodka.

    Gewurztraminer: White grape juice combined with lemon juice.

    Grappa: Grape juice.

    Port Wine: Concord grape juice with some lime zest added, cranberry
    juice with some lemon juice added, or grape juice concentrate.
    Substitute orange juice or apple juice for lighter ports.

    Red Wine: Red grape juice, cranberry juice, chicken broth, beef broth,
    vegetable broth, clam juice, fruit juices, flavored vinegar.
    (Substitute equal amount of liquid.)

    White Wine: Water, chicken broth, vegetable broth, white grape juice,
    ginger ale.

    Sweet White Wine: White grape juice plus 1 tablespoons Karo corn
    syrup. (Substitute equal amount of liquid.)

    From: http://whatscookingamerica.net/alcoholsub.htm

    MM'd by Sean Dennis on 3 January 2009 (revised 25 October 2014).



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