If you're a beer lover, you can enjoy your passion even more by incorporating your favorite beer flavors into your next cooking experiment. Beer can be included in recipes for meat marinades, frying batter, chili, soups, bread and even dessert. And if you're concerned about getting drunk from these recipes, fear not—most of the alcohol will evaporate in the cooking process. But your dish will be left with a rich, earthy flavor that can only come from beer.
If getting tipsy is the point, there's always the alcoholic update to the classic root beer float—one generous scoop of vanilla ice cream drenched in your favorite stout in a pint glass.
Check out this informative article on the Food Network for a guide on which types of beer are best for the types of dishes you plan on cooking.
Got your own favorite beer-spiked recipes? Share with us in the comments below!
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