Boozy Dishes That You Wouldn’t Want To Miss Out On
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Apart from sounding divine, what could be a better way of letting that taste of wine, whisky, or any other spirit, penetrate the food, only to hit your taste buds with new and exciting flavours? From tempting alcoholic pies to rum-infused cakes to chicken cooked in your favourite wine, a number of dishes use alcohol as an ingredient. The intoxicating part of alcohol vanishes while cooking, leaving a lingering taste of it in the food.

Here are some alcohol-infused recipes:

Beer battered fish

Beer isn't just for scorching days in the summer. If you add it to your fried fish batter, believe me when I say it works miracles. This recipe helps in keeping it golden and crispy on the exterior and soft and juicy on the inside. Beer-battered fish is a delicious and simple meal that will quickly become one of your favourites.


You'll be surprised if you thought tiramisu was only for professional chefs. It doesn't get any easier than this and don't forget how good it tastes when coffee and rum are combined with mascarpone. It's a burst of flavours in your mouth, and you can easily make it whenever you want.

White wine chicken

This chicken recipe braised in garlic and white wine cooks the chicken to perfection, the tender meat is generous on the palate, and the dish is the perfect blend of comfort and sophistication.

Boozy fruit salad

It's a salad, as the name says. It's something you'll always crave with a white rum twist. The finest summer snack for people aged 25 and up. This is without a doubt one of the finest recipes I've ever seen, as it just calls for three ingredients: fruits, white rum, and chia seeds. 

Vodka popsicles

Every child's life has been influenced by lick-lollies. On a Sunday afternoon, these easy-to-freeze popsicles are the best thing you'll find. What do they have going for them? This can be made out of anything. Any fruit, any alcoholic beverage, and any soda are acceptable.

Penne alla vodka

What could be more soothing than a plate of pasta? Penne Alla Vodka will most likely become your favourite for months to come with only a small twist to your standard pink sauce. Not to mention how simple it is to prepare; at least with this recipe. You'll be wishing for more and more of it in no time.

Beer mushrooms

A sauce to pour over or a side dish? Mushrooms basted in beer can be both! Who would have guessed that beer could be used in so many different ways? This straightforward recipe just necessitates a few basic ingredients, as well as some beer. You can drink any beer you want. This is our go-to sauce for a tender chicken breast because it offers you protein and just the right amount of sauciness for a flavour-packed meal.