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    Marsalas

    JoyfulCook
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:18 am
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    Marsala wine comes from Italy and can be made from one of 10 grape varieties. Marsala wines are classified into five categories, depending how long they have aged.

    You can use any of the five categories of Marsala wine in cooking. Use Marsala to make a rich sauce for veal, chicken or beef or add it to stews or pasta dishes as you would regular red wine. Among the more well-known recipes made with Marsala wine are chicken Marsala and veal Marsala.



    Copycat Recipe for Carrabba's Chicken Marsala
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    Chicken Breasts with Marsala & Kalamata Olives
    Pork Medallions in Mushroom Marsala Sauce
    veal marsala

    Marsalas are also great comfort food and a winner in the cold weather when you want something warm and delicious for your evening meal. whats your favorite recipe? do share it with us and also any tips you have.
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