Quick tip: Balsamic glaze

So I was recently in the grocery store and I saw a bottle of balsamic glaze. When I looked at the price, I was astonished that they could charge so much for a tiny bottle of balsamic that wasn’t even made in Italy! So I thought, why not make it myself! So here it is!

Balsamic Glaze

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups Balsamic vinegar

Instructions:

  1. In a small pot, add the balsamic vinegar, turn onto medium high heat. Allow the vinegar to come up to a full boil, and then turn down to medium low heat. Reduce the vinegar to a point where it has the consistency of thin syrup. this should take between 4-10 minutes depending on the balsamic you’re using.
  2. Remove from heat and immediately pour into a jar. Let the balsamic cool and it will make a thick syrup like balsamic glaze that goes perfect with fruit, ice cream, risotto, or just about anything you can think of!

 

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