White Balsamic Vinegar

White Balsamic Vinegar

White balsamic vinegar is made from the white Trebbiano grapes. It's not as sweet as the dark balsamic vinegar. White balsamic vinegar is suitable for all white meat and fish dishes, as well as white salads.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
77 kcal
15 g
1 g
0 g

Recipes with White Balsamic Vinegar

Artichoke Hearts
Artichoke Hearts can be served hot or cold. Drain the artichokes hearts, cut in half and place on kitchen paper to dry. ...
Artichokes Potato Salad
Artichokes Potato Salad Artichoke Potato Salad is prepared with pickled artichoke hearts. Pell potatoes boil. ...
Asparagus salad with salmon
Asparagus salad with salmon For asparagus salad with salmon, first peel both types of asparagus and cut them into pieces. Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a frying pan. ...
Asparagus Tomatoes Salad
Asparagus Tomatoes Salad is a light salad that can be served as a side dish or starter. Peel the asparagus and cut into pieces. ...
Aubergines Potato Salad
Aubergines Potato Salad For the aubergine potato salad, first boil the peel of potatoes. Cut the eggplant, paprika, onions and garlic into small cubes. ...
Aubergines with tomato sauce
Aubergines with tomato sauce can be served as a vegetarian main course with rice or polenta, or as a side dish with meat or poultry. Wash and dry the eggplants and remove the stems and flowers. ...
Baked fish pangasius fillet in mustard wrap
Baked fish pangasius fillet in mustard wrap Baked fish pangasius fillet in mustard casing is prepared in the deep fryer. Clean salad as side dish. ...
Balsamico spice pears
Balsamico spice pears For Balsamico spice, peel ripe, relatively firm pears and cut into small cubes. In a frying pan let out butter. ...
Beans salad with sheep cheese
Beans salad with sheep cheese This bean salad with sheep's cheese can be prepared in no time at all and goes particularly well as a side dish with grilled or roasted meat and poultry. Wax beans and crushed beans from the glass in a sieve fill and drain well. ...

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