Grown-up's Guide to Chocolate, Strawberry & Vanilla Balsamics

Posted on February 18, 2016 by Anne Milneck | 0 comments

Meet our new flavor crushes: Dark Chocolate Balsamic, Strawberry Balsamic & Vanilla Balsamic. Together or separate, no matter which you choose, you can't go wrong. Here's how we use them:
 
Grown-up Neapolitan--speaking of ice cream, why not enjoy the flavor of neapolitan the balsamic way? Add rich sweetness and decadence to a bowl of plain ole vanilla with a drizzle of our Dark Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla Balsamic Vinegars. Excellent for sorbet and gelato, too!

 

 Cocktails--if mixology is your thing, you're going to love experimenting with our balsamics. We were especially happy with the results of our Chocolate Martini. We may or may not have tested this recipe more than once.

 

Steaks--if you're a fan of Mole (chocolate chili), then you're going to love this idea: dust a steak with a smoky chile or chili powder. Our picks: Chipotle Powder Morita or Dark la Mesa Chili Powder. Rub the steak with salt and the smoky chile. Toss them on the grill then drizzle with our Dark Chocolate Balsamic Vinegar just at the end of cooking. Amazing!

Fruit--this trio of balsamics is the perfect compliment to fresh, poached or grilled fruit. Drizzle Vanilla Balsamic Vinegar over watermelon, honeydew or poached pears. Dark Chocolate Balsamic is excellent on raspberries and strawberries. And we're in love with what Strawberry Balsamic does for grilled peaches and nectarines. Use any (or all) of the three in our show-stopping dessert: Strawberries with Whipped Mascarpone

Salad--Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar is a must for strawberries. Take advantage of the magic of this balsamic with these two delicious dishes: Cajun Citrus Drum with Black Eyed Pea Salad and Strawberry Spring Mix Salad.






Posted in Balsamic, Chocolate, Chocolate Chile, Martini, Mole, Strawberry, Vanilla


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