Balsamic vinegar uses can vary. With its irresistible scent and its black or dark brown color, balsamic vinegar is a condiment with unique characteristics born in Italy, produced for centuries in particular in the Modena and Reggio Emilia vinegar factories. Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) is made with cooked grape must and aged for years, as it has a slower acetification process than the Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI (protected geographical indication) which derives from grape must and wine vinegar matured for 2 months. 

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Balsamic vinegar uses with first courses

Balsamic vinegar is perfectly paired with risotto! Either with strawberries and rice, asparagus, pumpkin and so on…make it creamy by adding some cream cheese so it will melt in your mouth. The balsamic vinegar will be a delicious addition that will make the taste of it explode in your mouth!

Balsamic vinegar uses with meat and fish

The harmonious taste of balsamic vinegar goes perfectly with grilled meats, grilled fish and raw fish. It is in fact a very tasty ingredient to make delicious second courses that will appeal to adults and children. If you want to bring taste and refinement to the table, try for example the escalopes with balsamic vinegar, the chicken breast with balsamic vinegar, the fillet or the cut of beef to be marinated in sweet and sour sauce with a side of boiled eggs, all enriched with a few drops of balsamic vinegar. If, on the other hand, you are looking for some ideas for fish dishes, we recommend that you try shrimp embellished with balsamic vinegar: you will not regret it!

Balsamic vinegar uses with salads

The salads dressed with balsamic vinegar that you can prepare are many, such as the broad bean and vegetable salad, the Tropea vegetable and onion salad, the potato and onion salad, the rocket salad , corn and parmesan flakes and a salad of red cabbage, fennel and oranges! An amazing addition to the salad are also grana cheese falkes…they will melt in your mouth.

Balsamic vinegar uses with desserts and fruit

Balsamic vinegar gives an extra touch of flavor to strawberries, juniper berries, berries or sliced ​​pineapple, with which you can make tasty fruit sauces. It also goes well with sweets with chocolate cream, caramel, panna cotta and many others…It makes the serving fancy and super tasty. Try it for yourself and you will not regret it!



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