9 Ways To Use White Wine In Your Cooking

Pan Sauce for Chicken or Fish: After pan-searing chicken breasts or fish fillets, deglaze the pan with white wine to create a flavorful sauce.

Steamed Mussels: Simmer fresh mussels in a pot with white wine, garlic, shallots, and a splash of cream until the mussels open.

Seafood Risotto: Use white wine to deglaze the pan when making a creamy seafood risotto. Add Arborio rice to the pan after deglazing, then gradually add chicken or vegetable broth and continue stirring until the rice is cooked through.

Lemon Garlic Butter Sauce: Combine white wine with minced garlic, lemon juice, and butter to create a flavorful sauce for pasta, chicken, or seafood. Simmer until slightly thickened and serve over your favorite dishes.

Sautéed Vegetables: Sauté vegetables like mushrooms, spinach, or asparagus in white wine for added flavor. The wine adds depth and richness to the vegetables while helping them cook evenly.

Marinade for Grilled Chicken or Pork: Create a marinade with white wine, olive oil, garlic, herbs, and citrus zest for grilled chicken or pork.

Poached Chicken: Poach chicken breasts in white wine with aromatics like onions, garlic, and herbs for a tender and flavorful protein. Serve the poached chicken sliced over salads, pasta, or rice dishes.

White Wine Vinaigrette: Make a simple vinaigrette with white wine, olive oil, Dijon mustard, honey, and herbs for dressing salads or marinating vegetables.

Creamy Pasta Sauce: Create a creamy pasta sauce by combining white wine with heavy cream, grated Parmesan cheese, garlic, and herbs.


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