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Old 09-18-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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Can you use whiskey in recipes that call for bourbon?

A couple weeks ago I was pondering getting some bourbon to make a George Stella low carb bourbon chicken recipe.

Today I was thinking of a party I went to once where I had the best cocktail ever- a whiskey sour. I looked up what was in it and found Ina Garten's recipe- simply good whiskey, lemon juice, lime juice and simple syrup.

So... if I bought the whiskey for the drink... could I use it for the chicken too? I'm not much of a drinker so I don't want to buy both...
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Old 09-18-2014, 05:36 PM   #2
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I should think so - Bourbon is a type is whiskey and this is a pretty common sub cooking-wise. The only difference is that Bourbon is made with a higher percentage of corn and must be aged a min of 2 years. Should be fine as long as the whiskey makes it into thr pot rather than the glass
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