Here are some popular dishes that use alcohol as an ingredient:

Coq au Vin – a French dish made with chicken and red wine.

Beef Bourguignon – a stew made with red wine and beef.

Pork Marsala – a dish made with pork and Marsala wine.

Chicken Fricassee – a stew made with white wine and chicken.

Rum Cake – a dessert cake made with rum.

Tiramisu – an Italian dessert made with espresso and Marsala or rum.

Mulled Wine – a warm, spiced wine commonly served during the winter months.

Sangria – a fruit-filled wine punch often served at parties.

Braised Short Ribs – a dish made with red wine and beef short ribs.

Fruit Clafoutis – a French dessert made with cherries and Kirsch liqueur.

Note: Alcohol is used in cooking to add flavor and depth to dishes, but it can also be used to deglaze pans and make sauces. It is important to note that not all of the alcohol will cook off and the dish may still contain some amount of alcohol, so it is not suitable for individuals who need to avoid alcohol for health or other reasons.