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bal·sam·ic

(bahl-sam'ik),
1. Relating to balsam.
2. Fragrant.
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Ingredients 10 gm toasted pine nuts 70 gm mixed lettuce 40 gm cucumber 20 gm cranberry 30 gm feta, cubed 100 gm caramelised peach 40 ml balsamic dressing For the balsamic dressing: 60 ml balsamic vinegar 200 ml olive oil 80 ml honey 20 gm Dijon mustard Salt and pepper to taste
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To be clear: Balsamic vinegar has its place in a salad dressing, but only for green salads that are hardy, such as a warm bacon and frisee salad.
Andrea Messina Gebbia, owner of Joe and Son's Olive Oils, says, "Aged balsamic vinegar is a great pantry ingredient to keep on hand, because it allows you to turn simple, familiar ingredients into something outstanding.
1 punnet of fresh Scottish strawberries 1 bunch of mint Method 1 To make the shortbread, mix the flour, butter, icing sugar, ground almonds, pepper and balsamic vinegar in a bowl to form a dough.
GOAT'S CHEESE, TOMATO & SALSA VERDE SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS 4 each of sprigs coriander, parsley, thyme, chervil, mint and tarragon 12 chives 4 tbsp olive oil Juice of a lemon 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 12 cherry tomatoes 4 slices wholemeal bread 200g fresh goat's cheese Salt and pepper Destalk the fresh herbs and snip them.
stir in the balsamic vinegar and cook for 2 mins more.
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Now the company's extra virgin olive oils, condiments, balsamic vinegars and balsamic glazes are available in America under the Giuseppe Cremonini brand, imported and distributed by New York-based Inalca Food & Beverage North America.