Recipes Promoted with Coking Wines
Olive Garden Stuffed Chicken Marsala, Sherry mushrooms, turkey gravy with Sherry, and Madeira mushrooms are examples of recipe types that are often promoted with cooking wines. The cooking wines promoted in these recipes include dry Marsala, Sherry, and Madeira.
Olive Garden Stuffed Chicken Marsala
- According to recipes website, CopyKat, the ingredients for preparing Olive Garden stuffed chicken Marsala are pan-seared chicken breasts, chicken Marsala sauce, dry Marsala cooking wine, mushrooms and cheese filling for stuffed chicken. The detailed list of ingredients for preparing this dish can be found here.
- CopyKat recommends the use of Lambrusco brand of dry Marsala cooking wine but adds that any other brands of dry Marsala wine may be used. Detailed instructions for preparing Olive Garden stuffed chicken Marsala can be found here.
- The website reports that stuffed chicken Marsala is a rich and delicious dish that can be served for dinner. It highlights that this recipe makes a great dish for people who love chicken recipes.
- According to recipes website, Cooking on the Weekends, the ingredients for preparing Sherry mushrooms are olive oil, mushrooms, salt, freshly ground black pepper, and sherry cooking wine. The detailed list of ingredients for preparing Sherry mushrooms as shown on this website can be found here.
- An article by MasterClass recipes website highlights how to prepare Sherry mushrooms. It shows that to prepare Sherry mushrooms, heat olive oil in a pan and add chopped red onion or shallots. When the onions lose color, add mushrooms and keep heating until the mushrooms turn soft. Add sherry cooking wine, rosemary, & thyme and keep mixing as it boils until the wine cooks down.
- Cooking on the Weekends reports that Sherry mushrooms can be served as an appetizer or can be served with other small plates. It highlights that the sauce can be added to polenta, rice, pasta, steak, and chicken.
Turkey Gravy with Sherry
- According to recipes website, Cooking for Keeps, the ingredients for preparing turkey gravy with Sherry cooking wine are turkey drippings, turkey stock, all-purpose flour, dry Sherry cooking wine and kosher salt.
- An article by MasterClass, a recipes website, provides instructions for preparing turkey gravy with Sherry. It says that to prepare this dish, cook the turkey and collect the drippings, sieving off all solid bits. Heat the drippings in a pan, add onion, carrots, celery, and herbs.
- Mix with flour to thicken the gravy, put the turkey stock and add Sherry cooking wine. Let it boil for about 10 minutes then take the solid vegetables and pour them over the turkey.
- Cooking for Keeps reports that turkey gravy with Sherry is commonly used as a side dish in thanksgiving feasts.
- A promotional article by Wine Enthusiast provides the list of ingredients for preparing Madeira mushrooms. They are cremini mushrooms, unsalted butter, chopped carrot, chopped celery, chopped onion, minced cloves garlic, dried bay leaf, fresh thyme, salt, pepper, Rainwater Madeira cooking wine, and chopped sprigs parsley.
- The article highlights that Tawny Port cooking wine can be used in place of Rainwater Madeira cooking wine. The detailed list of ingredients for making this dish as found on this website can be found here.
- Wine Enthusiast provides instructions for preparing Madeira mushrooms. Moderately heat the pan and add mushrooms to the pan. Stir until the mushrooms become dry then remove and place them in a bowl.
- Add butter to the hot pan and stir until it melts then add carrots, celery and onion. Heat until the mixture becomes brown then put the mushrooms to the pan and add garlic, bay leaf, thyme, salt & pepper.
- Remove pan from heat, and let it cool then add Madeira cooking wine. Stir the mixture then place the pan on heat again and let it boil for about 5 minutes. Add water to the desired thickness then stir in chopped parsley.
- Recipes website, The Spruce Eats, reports that Madeira mushrooms sauce can be served with risotto, eggs, béchamel, or pasta. It highlights that this dish can be served with a special meal and it makes a good accompaniment for meat dishes.