Wine is fermented juice of grapes, made in many varieties, such as red, white, sweet, dry, still, and sparkling, for use as a beverage, in cooking, in religious rites, etc., and usually having an alcoholic content of 14 percent or less. Cooking wine is intended for use in recipes rather than as a separate beverage.
This recipe brings home the mouthwatering taste of the haute Japanese restaurant favorite. You need a few specialty ingredients, but they are worth getting because you will make this easy, five-ingredient dish over and over again.
Huli Huli Pork
In Hawaiian, huli means to turn over. Huli huli grilled meat often starts with a teriyaki marinade. This version provides fantastic flavor and also can be used on chicken.
Red-cooking is a traditional Chinese braising technique that uses soy sauce, sugar, and rice wine to flavor the food and give it a dark red color. This easy, aromatic stew is delicious served over cooked rice or mustard greens.
Perk Up Your Chicken with Pantry Staples
always keep your pantry stocked with a jar of pasta sauce, a good bottle of salad dressing, a bottle of inexpensive cooking wine , and some sun-dried tomatoes, you’ll always have a zesty marinade on hand. Then there’s what my cousin-in-law Lynne bravely calls
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Kung Pao Chicken Burgers
salty if you use regular soy sauce, so make sure it’s low-sodium! Next add 1/4 cup mirin, or sweet, Japanese cooking wine , which can be found right in the Asian food aisle at the grocery store. You could also sub any sweet white wine in its place
Sizzling Asian Steak Salad
Followed by 1 minced garlic clove and 2 teaspoons brown sugar. Then 1 Tablespoon mirin. Mirin is a sweet Japanese cooking wine which I’ve used on the blog before in both Broccoli Beef , and Homemade Yoshinoya Beef Bowls (omg I could go for
French Onion Soup
2 1/2 c cold water ½ c cooking wine (red or white) 2 bay leaves 6 slices French bread, toasted 1 c shredded Swiss cheese 1/4 c grated parmesan cheese Salt and