Creative Ways To Use Red Apple Balsamic Vinegar For Making Vinaigrettes

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The mixtures of Olive oil and red apple balsamic vinegar paired to prepare delicious vinaigrettes since long! The vinaigrette is a familiar mix of balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and spices. Traditional vinaigrette is composed of many things. But the necessary element in it is the two-part balsamic vinegar, one part olive oil. Adding red apple balsamic vinegar to the vinaigrette will bring some unique flavor to your food preparation. You know how to make the unique vinaigrette and how to use it? Mentioned here are a few simple yet creative ways for using your vinaigrettes to make the food even more delicious.

Salad Dressing- We’ve all know vinaigrette is the best ingredient used for salad dressing. It is a healthy topping is the perfect dressing to season your fruits and green vegetables. While red apple balsamic vinegar is paired with your vinaigrette, it will make your food even delicious and testier. Gently stir/whisk the vinaigrette just before using it. Also, ensure all food ingredients are mixed evenly. It will enhance the flavor of the salad. Pour two to three spoon of vinaigrette to the salad at a time to ensure the salads are not over-saturated

Meat Marinade- Vinaigrettes with red apple balsamic vinegar can be a great ingredient to make the meat or fish marinades for more delicious food preparation. Simply place your meat and pour the marinade dressing in a large Ziploc food grade bag or bowel and seal the bag or cover the bowl. Gently toss the bag or the bowel so that the marinade reaches all parts of the meat. Leave it in the fridge as long as desired to saturate meat with the flavor (we recommend at least 2 hours). Discard leftover marinade once the meat is removed from the bag. Then cook the meat as you wish.

Fruit and Pasta Salads- Most people use vinaigrette on lettuce/green vegetable salad. But do you know that Vinaigrettes with red apple balsamic vinegar can be an excellent ingredient for tossing the fruit salad? The sweet and aromatic combinations can be quite interesting for the appetite. You can try it over pineapple, peach, and melon with a Basil or Rosemary-based vinaigrette. Use olive oil and- balsamic vinegar for pairing it with delicious fruit salad! Any savory vinaigrette is excellent with cold pasta salads as well!

Pickling Vegetables– Vinaigrettes are great for pickled vegetables, which can then be used to top burgers, grilled chicken, or many other favorites. It will truly add some extra punch to your food! Heat the vinaigrette in a saucepan; toss in the peppers, red onions, and use it on the vegetables you like. You can cool the mixture and store it in a covered glass jar or bowl and use it with your food. You can keep it even for up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator.

Roasted Veggies– Roasting vegetables is easy and delicious. Adding a few Vinaigrettes as dressing can enhance its taste and flavor to a great extent! After roasting your veggies on the grill or in the oven, drizzlethe favorite vinaigrette over it before serving. It really works exceptionally well if the vinaigrette has a citrus flavor incorporated with red apple balsamic vinegar. We recommend trying this with roasted broccoli or asparagus snap peas as well!

Sauces– So you got a store-bought BBQ, pasta, or other sauce or even salsa! Try adding spoonful vinaigrette to it for increasing its flavor.

Few suggested recipes by using red apple balsamic vinegar as an ingredient:

  • The Olive Bin’s Apple Slaw
  • Apple & Cranberry Pork with Sweet Potatoes
  • Apple Cinnamon Omelet
  • Autumn Turkey Topping
  • Baked Chicken with Dijon & Balsamic
  • Grilled Eggplant & Goat Cheese Salad
  • Grilled Potatoes with Pancetta
  • Red Apple Cinnamon Granola
  • Skillet Pork Chops & Apples
  • The Olive Bin’s Roasted Turkey
  • Vegan Green Goddess Dressing
  • Vegetables with Red Apple Balsamic

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