vinegar

  • Tiger prawns & Fig condiment with balsamic and port

    tiger prawns

    Ingredients:

    500g tiger prawns, raw and peeled 20g  smoked bacon, finely diced Extra virgin olive oil to taste Juice and zest of 1 lemon PRISCA Seduction Fig with vinegar reduction and port wine to taste 1x watercress sauce Sea salt to taste Freshly ground black pepper to taste

  • Pomegranate Coleslaw

    appetizing coleslaw with pomegranate

    A delicious and delightful salad recipe that is great for Rosh Hashanah or any other Jewish holiday. This pomegranate coleslaw makes a great side item for any party or event.

  • Sherry Vinegar: What is it ?

    ALBAREDA:  Sherry Vinegar  (090283)

    Sherry vinegar is made from sherry wine, which is produced in the Jerez (Xérès or Sherry) denomination of origin in south­western Spain. The unusual thing about the vinegar (and the wine) is that it's aged and blended so that younger vinegar picks up the characteristics of the older vinegar: complex, harmonious, deep, rich, nutty, slightly sweet, and very sharp.

  • The Marvels of Vinegar

    ALBAREDA:  Sherry Vinegar  (090283)

    Vinegar is one of those ingredients that people don't think of as often as they should. It is mostly just seen in salad dressings and pickles, which is a shame, because there is a whole world of flavor there just waiting to be tapped into. Vinegar is a living ingredient created through the process of fermentation. Sugar is converted into alcohol, which is then fermented into vinegar. Fresh vinegar has a very sharp and biting taste. Its true quality is best revealed by aging. During aging, it becomes mellower. A minimum of six months is required for vinegar to begin to attain its highest qualities. The longer it is aged, the more these subtle qualities will develop.