Published by: Gourmet Sleuth
Last Updated: 09/06/2019
Substituting ingredients takes a lot of trial and error practice. If this is for your day-to-day cooking, have fun experimenting. If you are cooking for guests and special occasions, then you may be better served by making an extra trip to the store to get the proper ingredient. If using alcohol in cooking is simply not an option, then experiment with these nonalcoholic suggestions.
For more ingredient substitutions, browse our Cooking Dictionary of Ingredients and Substitutions. Our cooking dictionary includes over 1800 cooking ingredients and culinary terms. Terms include a description, a picture, ingredient substitutions, and equivalents as well as *nutritional facts. When possible, we include links to recipes and "where to buy" and more information. *Nutritional data not available for every item.