What can I use instead of sherry in French onion soup?
You can use a white wine, brandy or dry vermouth (or, depending on the recipe, red wine, Port, Madeira or Marsala, knowing they will leave some residual flavor). You can also try vinegars—apple cider, wine vinegar or even rice wine vinegar.
What can I use instead of wine in French onion soup?
If you prefer not to use Wine, you can substitute 3 Tablespoons white wine vinegar + chicken or beef broth to make 3/4 cup.
Can I substitute red wine for sherry in French onion soup?
Yes, you can. (I usually use wine, in fact). Note that sherries are a fortified wine, so you may want to add a small amount of brandy as well; say 1 Tbl to 1/4 cup per cup of wine. If you are using a chicken stock, restrict yourself to a white wine; perhaps a rose if you have a particularly dark chicken stock.
Can you substitute red wine for white wine in French onion soup?
Wine is optional to deglaze the pan and add flavour to the soup. I recommend a dry white or red wine, such as a good quality Pinot Grigio/Gris, Sauv Blanc, Sémillon, Chardonnay, Merlot or Pinot Noir. Generally, if you can’t drink it, don’t cook with it.
What is a good cooking sherry?
The Best Cooking Sherry
|Rank||Cooking Sherry Brand||Best For|
|1.||Reese Cooking Sherry||Occasional sherry usage|
|2.||Holland House Cooking Sherry||Traditional sherry flavor|
|3.||Roland Cooking Sherry||High volume usage|
|4.||Soeos Shaoxing Cooking Wine||Asian cuisine|
Can you overcook French onion soup?
Not caramelizing the onions properly
They truly make this soup what it is, so take your time. Take care not to cook them over too high heat, or take them off the stove too soon.