Bought it to use a small amount for a soup.
How does it differ from using regular sherry in recipes?
How do I best use up the rest of the bottle? Recipe ideas??
my mother used throw a healthy slug of harvey's bristol cream into her chopped chicken liver.
Add a splash to a pan sauce that needs a kick.
If you do any baking at all, try making a poppy seed cake. Cream sherry makes all the difference. Here's a recipe for ideas --> http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/0,196,15...
Wow- I got this recipe in the 60's (sans poppy seeds and nuts) and have been making it ever since. The cream sherry gives the cake a nice crust- nobody ever believes it is a mix!
I use Fairbanks, an inexpensive California cream sherry . The flavor that results after baking is a surprising butterscotch flavor. It's amazingly good.
Every once in a while I like to pour a little over a pan-fried burger, a minute or two before it finishes cooking.
I add it to my shrimp scampi.
And I use it for a quick mock newburg. I don't find it to be too sweet to cook with, and besides, I like a touch of sweetness in a newburg.
Mrs Harters just drinks it as her preferred aperitif.
It is sweet. Use it in desserts e.g., trifle.
Agree. Soak pound cake or lady fingers with it and serve with whipped cream/mascarpone with berries.
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