Add flavor to basic chicken recipes with wine, beer, and other spirits. Substitutions are included if you prefer not to use alcohol.
Dress up a canned soup sauce by adding of a cup of white wine.
Non-alcoholic version: Replace 1 cup of white wine with 1 cup no-salt-added chicken broth.
This classic dish features chicken pieces that are simmered in a mixture of tomatoes, onion, carrot, celery, garlic and red wine.
Non-alcoholic version: Replace 1/3 cup of red wine with 1/3 no-salt-added chicken broth or water.
Deglaze the pan with white wine to make a rich sauce from the drippings and browned bits remaining after cooking the chicken.
Non-alcoholic version: Deglaze the pan with ½ cup of no-salt-added chicken broth instead of white wine.
Braise the chicken in a savory mixture of red wine, chicken broth and tomato, and add extra flavor with capers and kalamata olives. Serve the chicken and the chunky sauce over fluffy couscous.
Non-alcoholic version: Add an additional 2 cups of chicken broth in place of the 2 cups of wine.
Use mellow bourbon along with soy sauce, hoisin sauce, brown sugar, lime juice, and fresh ginger to make an Asian-style marinade. The bourbon adds a distinct flavor to the dish that can't really be replicated by another ingredient. However, if you use chicken broth instead of the bourbon, you'll still have the Asian flavors of the soy and hoisin sauces.
Non-alcoholic version: Use 1/2 cup of chicken broth instead of bourbon.
A variation on the grilled favorite where a beer can with smoked seasoning is inserted into the chicken cavity, this oven version cooks in a fraction of the time.
Non-alcoholic version: Use a non-alcoholic beer in place of the can of regular beer.
This classic French stew features chicken pieces braised in red wine and vegetables and flavored with bacon and herbs.
Non-alcoholic version: To keep the full, rich flavor, use 2 cups of non-alcoholic red wine. Don't use grape juice or the dish will be too sweet. If you can't find a non-sweet non-alcoholic wine, use 2 cups of chicken broth.
Southern France is known for chicken cooked in red wine, but in northern France, chicken is often cooked in dark beer with onions to get a rich, caramelized flavor.
Non-alcoholic version: Use a dark non-alcoholic beer or 1 cup of chicken broth in place of the dark beer.
A traditional coq au vin is made with red wine, but this version of the classic French stew features white wine for a slightly crisper, fresher flavor.
Non-alcoholic version: Use an additional 1 ½ cups of chicken broth in place of the Chardonnay.
The lemon drop cocktail has the starring role as a marinade for chicken wings in this sweet and tangy dish.
Non-alcoholic version: Use 1/2 cup of no-salt-added chicken broth or water in place of the vodka.