Some alternatives to sherry vinegar include balsamic vinegar, red wine vinegar and rice vinegar. Another way to substitute for this vinegar type is to combine one-quarter part of sherry with three-quarter parts of red wi... More »

The most common substitute for sherry vinegar is wine. Either red or white wine may be used as long as it complements the other ingredients in the recipe. If the acidic properties are more important to the recipe than th... More »

Sherry vinegar is a gourmet wine vinegar. In its place, you can substitute champagne, red or white wine vinegar, or juice from a lemon or a lime. Alternatively, since sherry vinegar has a smooth tone, you can swap it out... More »

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There are several options that are similar to the flavor profile of red wine vinegar and can, therefore, be used as substitutes such as white wine vinegar, rice wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, sherry vinegar and bals... More »

Red wine vinegar is vinegar made from any type of red wine through fermentation of alcohol molecules into acetic acid. Red wine vinegar is consumed in a variety of ways, most commonly in salad dressings or marinades for ... More »

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Cooking sherry and sherry vinegar, though both derived from the same fortified wine, are different products. While cooking sherry is a wine comparable to Madeira or Marsala, sherry vinegar is a fermented wine, or vinegar... More »

The most common substitute for sherry vinegar is wine. Either red or white wine may be used as long as it complements the other ingredients in the recipe. If the acidic properties are more important to the recipe than th... More »