18 year Balsamic Vinegar (Traditional Balsamic Vinegar)
Nutrition Facts: 1 Tbsp.(15 mL) - Calories 35, Total fat 0g, Sat. fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Natural Sugars 8g, Total Carbohydrate 8g.
Ingredients: Aged Balsamic Vinegar, 4.5% acidity
Our most popular Balsamic vinegar is the 18 Year Balsamic vinegar. It is thick like a glaze but has the benefit of being 100% untouched or enhanced like a glaze (product) or condiment. It has all natural sugar from the grapes it is made from and it is sweet from being reduced and barrel aged for 18 years. It is a naturally sweet balsamic vinegar.
Serving suggestions: drizzle on pizza, caprese salad, sandwiches, pasta, cheese or add to anything that calls for balsamic vinegar. For a simple indulgence, use for baking or drizzle over berries or baked goods. Use as a dip with olive oil for bread. Use as a dipping sauce for meats or tofu. Always a great salad dressing or vegetable toss.
Caprese Salad - with fried mozzarella
Caramelized Onion Pizza - almonds, dates, and caramelized onions!
Watermelon Salad - simple, sweet, and fresh.
Meatloaf with a Balsamic Glaze- sweet, spicy, and packed with chopped vegetables.
Peach Arugula Corn Pizza - this is the perfect pizza to make for a party. Cut into bite size pieces and serve. Try making this seasonal pizza with local peaches and corn for the best flavor.
Peppered Pork Chops with Apricot Glaze - Great for a quick, gourmet meal.
Roast Pork Tenderloin - traditionally aged balsamic vinegar is sweet and the dried cherries are naturally tart. This is the perfect combination of sweet and sour.
Steamed Green Beans - Barb's father's recipe. This is amazing and simple family favorite and soon to be one of yours. Great warm or cold.
Twisted Strawberry Shortcake - pop open a bottle of red wine or use some left over wine to make this adult version of strawberry shortcake.
Red Pepper and Balsamic Crostini - simple and fresh, a great way to use your garden's tomatoes