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Ted Hall
 
May 6, 2009 | Food & Recipes | Ted Hall

What Do You Do with Red Wine Vinegar?

I asked Sheamus the other day about ideas for using our new red wine vinegar. He had some terrifc ideas that are really simple.  Here is what he said:

"A nice way to make a flavorful 'sauce,' is to take the roasting liquids from meat or poultry and swirl them in a pan with a few splashes of vinegar and a knob of butter.

Additionally, you can combine our vinegar with a little sugar or honey and use it to macerate fresh berries or cherries.

For a simple salad dressing, you can combine shallots, black pepper, thyme, salt and garlic together in a bowl for thirty minutes, then strain the vinegar. Combine the flavored vinegar with twice the amount of extra virgin olive oil and a bit of honey in a mason jar. Place a lid on the jar and shake it before use."

Share your own favorite vinegar recipe in the comments section below.   Don't be shy.

 

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