a sweetish, aromatic vinegar made from the must of white grapes and aged in wood barrels.
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How to use balsamic vinegar in a sentence
Five percent acidity is standard, while most wine and balsamic vinegars fall in the six to seven percent range.The secret to vinegar’s tangy flavor lies in bacteria | Erin Fennessy | October 4, 2021 | Popular-Science
The meaty spread embraces duck rillettes, head cheese made from delicious pig parts and hinting of star anise, and caramelized onions, which are dark, sticky and swollen with reduced balsamic vinegar.La Bise adds a fun French touch to downtown Washington | Tom Sietsema | July 23, 2021 | Washington Post
Remove the asparagus from the oven, drizzle with the balsamic vinegar and toss to coat.Fluffy carbonara frittata, a riff on the classic pasta | Daniela Galarza | April 15, 2021 | Washington Post
Now drizzle in the balsamic vinegar and slap your chicken around the bowl.
Gaby Dalkin takes out her high-end olive oil and blends it with balsamic vinegar to pour over caprese salad.
But the manager says turnover is high and that he sells out of even such pricey items as Pringles, Nescafe, and balsamic vinegar.
The flavor of good, tart apples and aged balsamic vinegar makes a wonderfully savory yet light fall first course.
British Dictionary definitions for balsamic vinegar
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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