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Is au vin marsala vegan?

Au vin marsala is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is au vin marsala?

Marsala wine is a fortified wine hailing from Sicily, Italy, that boasts a rich history and a complex flavor profile. When used in cooking, it imparts a unique depth and sweetness to the dish, making it a popular ingredient in savory recipes such as chicken, veal, and beef dishes. When a dish is cooked "au vin," it means it is cooked with wine, typically red wine. In the case of "au vin marsala," this means that the dish is cooked with marsala wine, which adds a distinct nutty, caramel-like flavor and a hint of sweetness to the dish.

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