What would replace red wine and white wine in a recipe?

All these substitutes are alcohol free!

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What would replace red wine and white wine in a recipe?
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Whether it is by choice or because you do not have it, it is practical to know how to replace white wine and red wine in a recipe. And these choices are alcohol-free!

What you can use to replace red wine:

Red wine vinegar: it is perfect to deglaze a pan or a rotisserie, because the acidity contained in the vinegar will be the same as the wine!

Chicken, beef or vegetable broth: it is less acidic and sweeter than red wine, but the broth will add flavor to your dish.

Grape juice, pomegranate or cranberry juice: these juices are very acid, similar to the acidity of the wine. It is a perfect substitute because rich fruit flavors add intensity to the dish. Perfect for deglazing!

What you can use to replace white wine:

White wine vinegar: it is an ideal alternative for dry white wine. The white wine vinegar has characteristics very similar to those of wine, it is then perfect for deglazing!

Lemon juice: Fresh lemon juice is very acid, it reproduces wonderfully the punch that the white wine gives to a dish. Dilute the lemon juice with an equal amount of water to prevent it from being too pronounced.

White grape juice: Less acidic, but very tasty, the juice of white grape replaces the wine.

Chicken or vegetable broth: broths are less acidic and sweeter than wine, but not without flavors!

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Source: the kitchn