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Balsamic vinegar glaze

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Serves 4

A great dressing for salads and Mediterranean food

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  • 1 cup balsamic vinegar
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar


    1. Put all the ingredients in a saucepan.
    2. Slowly simmer until it reaches the thickness of a glaze. Stir frequently to keep from burning.
    3. When you achieve the glaze consistency, let it cool down.
    4. Use to decorate and give a sweet and sour tinge to salads and other Mediterranean food

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26th Sep, 2013
Balsamic vinegar is one of those culinary delights so often overlooked in English cooking. People seem to think it will be like that brown malt stuff that they splash on fish and chips. Balsamic glaze is a delicious addition to just about any food, with the possible exception of fish and chips. I had this yesterday for my dinner with a rack of lamb, al dente vegetables and roast potatoes. Gorgeous. It is so easy too.
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