You’ll love the versatility of Balsamic Nectar for dining and entertaining, and how easy it is to use on just about any course in a meal you celebrate with your family and friends. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started…
- For your initial tastes of Balsamic Nectar, you might try sprinkling it over a salad, along with your favorite extra virgin olive oil and coarse sea salt. Notice the differences between an average balsamic vinegar from your supermarket and Balsamic Nectar.
- Then pair it with a fine cheese, pouring a small amount over an Italian Parmigiano-Reggiano or a French brie.
- For your next move, try finishing a main course at your next dinner with Balsamic Nectar. Drizzle it over a squash risotto or use as a balsamic glaze atop a juicy steak hot off the grill. Balsamic Nectar makes an excellent glaze that can add rich, sweet flavors to a wide variety of dishes, without the added sugar of many other store-bought “glazes” out there.
- Finally, if you’re feeling adventurous, drizzle Balsamic Nectar over some vanilla bean ice-cream or a berry gelato to add a fresh taste to a classic dessert! For a healthier dessert option, dip a ripe strawberry or peach in Balsamic Nectar for a scrumptious treat.
- Don’t forget to try it as a digestive, sipping it straight from a spoon or mixing a small amount of it with sparkling water, just as Italians do. The perfect ending to a perfect meal!
The possibilities are truly endless!
Save yourself the time and effort in cooking a finicky balsamic reduction or buying an inferior glaze that is thickened with thickening ingredients. There is no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a Traditional Balsamic Vinegar when you can get a similar tasting product for just a fraction of the price. Try Balsamic Nectar as your condiment of choice over the finished dish and enjoy how it brings out a whole new look and taste to your meal!
Note: Store Balsamic Nectar in a cool, dry place. No need to refrigerate