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There are three reasons to use wine in recipes. One is as a marinade where the acidity aides in tenderizing meats and other ingredients. The second is as a cooking liquid. Either way, the main reason is that wine adds flavor to your dish. Vinegar or lime juice help tenderize but too much of them will overwhelm a dish. Wine, on the other hand, will enhance your recipe and complement but not overwhelm other flavors.
Usually the instructions are not specific and simply call for white wine or red wine. You may not think much about this but like every other ingredient the choice of wine can have a major effect on the final flavors in your dish. For example, a full bodied cabernet can easily overwhelm a dish that you intended to be more subtle. Wine in Recipes
I have a lot of risotto dishes on the website that are complete meals, like this one. This is a great meal that is loosely based on the Caprese salad of tomatoes, olive oil, basil and mozzarella. Those flavors go so well together and the fish really completes the dish.
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