A recharged version of this regal classic makes for a elegant dinner.
By Lynn Clark | June 24, 2011
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any substitute for the wine?
i mean, can the wine be omitted? a kid will be eating it too..
Hi, if you wish, you can substitute a non-alcoholic replacement for the Madeira. The best course of action is to use extra broth, adding wine vinegar (red or white, depending on the recipe) or lemon juice just before serving. To replace ½ cup of wine, either substitute in ½ cup broth + 1 teaspoon wine vinegar OR ½ cup broth + 1 teaspoon lemon juice. Hope this helps — and please let us know how you (and your kid!) enjoyed it.
thanks, I will try that asap.
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