5 Great Ways To Use Balsamic Vinegar

Balsamic Vinegar can be applied to salads when you don't have the time or energy. There are many ways to use sweet, tangy, and savory Balsamic Vinegar. These are some of our favorite recipes.
Use Balsamic Vinegar to Finish Sauces and Soups

Balsamic Vinegar is a common ingredient with ripe tomatoes. It is easy to transition to tomato-based soups or sauces from this seamless summer salad.

To enhance the mouthwatering flavors, add a little Balsamic Vinegar at the end of each dish.

Use Balsamic Vinegar in Braised Dishes

Balsamic Vinegar can be added to any dish at the end of cooking, adding brightness to the dish gives it a brighter flavor. However, a small amount of Balsamic Vinegar in a braise will give the entire dish a deep, rich, and somewhat sweet flavor. This is similar to the braised French Onion Chicken dish or this one for braised spring Radishes.

Use Balsamic Vinegar Reduced to A Syrup

Balsamic Vinegar syrup can also be drizzled over vanilla ice cream. This is especially important if you add strawberries. It is not necessary to lower the quality of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar.

Tossing a cup of basic Balsamic Vinegar in a small saucepan with some sugar-free is a good idea. You can add a rod of cinnamon to give it a unique flavor. Let it cool down and let it become syrupy before you apply it.

Use Balsamic Vinegar to Marinate Meats and Tofu

Balsamic Vinegar can be used to marinate chicken with some chopped shallots, mustard and a little bit of olive oil. This is great for marinating steaks and other red meats. It can also be used to marinate large portabella mushrooms and tofu.

Balsamic Vinegar can be used in cocktails and sodas

Balsamic, due to its sweetness, has the exact same flavor profile as Vinegar based shrubs. For a fizzy beverage, you can also make Balsamic Vinegar with soda water.