Bradley Said:can i use amaretto instead of water in a brownie mix?
We Answered:My recommendation would be to reduce your amaretto until it is very syrupy. That will concentrate the flavor and since you're adding very little to the recipe it shouldn't change the consistency of the brownies. Just follow the directions and add your concentrated amaretto syrup. They will be delicious.
Katie Said:What is a subsitute for amaretto in strawberry nachos?
We Answered:You can substitute any nut liquor like frangelico. Or you can add a small amount of rum and a little almond extract.
We Answered:DeKuyper Amaretto and Di Amore Amaretto are both good substitutes for the more expensive Di Saronno, and should only cost between $12 and $15 for a 750ml (depending where you shop).
Gertrude Said:How do you make amaretto cherries?
We Answered:It is really pretty simple. Pour the liquid off froma bottle of cherries (save it to put in drinks or over ice cream). Replace the liquid with amaretto. Close the lid up tight and put it in the fridge for at least two weeks. They will taste great and they last for years (if you don't eat them first).
Oscar Said:How can you make an Amaretto Sour with bottled concentrated lemon juice?
We Answered:Heat 1 cup of water on the stove until it's fairly hot (not boiling) then add 2 cups of sugar and stir until the sugar is absorbed. What you get is a simple sugar, which is the basis for sour mixes. Add the lemon juice until you get a sour mix (depends on your taste), then cool over ice and strain. Add Amaretto and you have an Amaretto Sour.