Jolina Marsala Cooking Wine - (4) 1 Gallon Containers / Case
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|Buy 1 - 3||$16.49/Case|
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- 12% alcohol by volume
- Longer shelf life than traditional marsala wine
- Popular in Italian cuisine
- Good for veal, meat, chicken, and sauces
- 1 gallon containers
|Package Size||1 Gallons|
With a warm amber color and rich, sweet marsala taste, Jolina marsala cooking wine will be a staple ingredient for many popular dishes! Marsala wine derives from the Italian city of Marsala in Sicily. This marsala cooking wine is especially popular in Italian restaurants, and is used in popular Italian dishes like risotto and tiramisu. One of the most popular recipes made with this cooking wine is chicken marsala, where chicken is cooked in a mixture of marsala, butter, olive oil, mushrooms, and herbs and spices.
Use Jolina marsala cooking wine in your veal and other red meat dishes, chicken recipes, salad dressings, and flavorful sauces. Cooking wines make a great addition to your kitchen, as they have a longer shelf life than traditional wines due to added salt. They are also a more cost effective choice when cooking with wine. With premiere quality grapes flavored in aged barrels, chefs know that cooking wines are a secret in creating truly great cuisine!
Sold (4) 1 gallon bottles per case.
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Overall User Rating: Jolina Marsala Cooking Wine - (4) 1 Gallon Containers / Case ( 5.0 stars from 2 reviews )
This Marsala Cooking Wine has more salt than the Marsala I had been using before, but the value is much better with this case, and salt content may be modified elsewhere in the cooking process.
Geraldine C. Posted on 09/30/2014
This stuff is amazing. I use it in many things such as Chicken Marsala, marinades, vinaigrettes, sauces, even oriental dipping sauce for steamed dumplings. That recipe usually calls for Mirin, which is a beast to find in bulk. No worries, I tried this wine and it tasted perfect! Thanks Webstaurant!
Barbara A. Posted on 06/29/2013
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