a sweetish, aromatic vinegar made from the must of white grapes and aged in wood barrels.
1980–85; translation of Italian
restorative vinegar; so called from its supposed medicinal effects, likened to balsam
a type of dark-coloured sweet Italian vinegar made from white grapes and aged in wooden barrels over a number of years
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Drizzle olive oil and balsamic vinegar on top and season with salt and pepper.
Add your favorite dressing or a simple vinaigrette of olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Alongside went some balsamic vinegar reduced to a syrup.
Remove from oven, sprinkle with parsley and drizzle with balsamic vinegar if desired.
In a small bowl, whisk together remaining oil, balsamic vinegar and shallots.
De-glaze pan with balsamic vinegar and remove from heat.
To make the balsamic glaze take the balsamic vinegar and put in pot on hot stove.
Also available, is our aged balsamic vinegar and gift boxes.
Serve warm or cool with a bit of olive oil and balsamic vinegar for dipping.
Toss then drizzle lightly with good balsamic vinegar.
Slowly add the balsamic vinegar, pulsing to combine.
Balsamic vinegar or olive oil is the typical spread for bread, and the best it gets is with a basil infusion.
Sprinkle with shavings of cheese, pine nuts and a little balsamic vinegar.
Salt the steaks with one-half teaspoon salt on each side and then brush lightly with the balsamic vinegar mixture.
Whisk in olive oil, thyme, basil and touch of balsamic vinegar.
It's the same quality and flavor profile as balsamic vinegar and costs one-fifth as much.