Cooking wine is a versatile kitchen staple that helps to braise meat, enhance the taste of meatloaf, and beefburgers and it can also be used in ethnic cooking, such as when you are making French Coq au Vin. What is Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine like?
I like to add cooking wine to my meals from time to time, which is why I bought a 3.78L (I gallon) jug of Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine from my local Cash & Carry. It cost just $6.71 for this product, which is a good deal. Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine is manufactured by Mizkan Americas, Inc in Rancho Cucamonga, California. This product is intended only for use in cooking and should not be consumed as an alcoholic beverage.
Each 30ml (2 tbsp) serving of Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine contains 20 calories, no fat, 150mg sodium, no carbohydrate, sugar or protein. This product is ideal for those who are trying to stay on a low-fat, low calorie, low-sugar diet, as Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine is not a significant source of any of these ingredients.
Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine looks and smells like regular Burgundy wine, but as this product should not be consumed as an alcoholic beverage, I have only ever sampled it once it has been added to a meal. I have eaten Spaghetti Bolognese, adobo, sauces and other dishes made using Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine. This product helps to give food a rich, full-bodied taste. I also like how it cooks down quickly in sauces, without leaving the smell or taste of a brewery.
I enjoy adding Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine to meals. This product helps to enhance the taste of a meal without leaving an overpowering smell or taste of alcohol. Although I do not consume Burgundy wine as my beverage of choice, I do like the taste of Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine in my food. I would highly recommend this product. To learn more about Four Monks Burgundy Cooking Wine, go to www.miskan.com for more product information.