BBQ Balsamic Glaze 220 g

Description

BBQ balsamic glaze adds sweet, herbal, spicy and garlicky flavours to meat and vegetables in just one step. Brush over chicken drumsticks, pork chops or even cobs of corn while they’re on the barbecue.

The glaze is made from concentrated grape must blended with an aged balsamic vinegar. This mixture is reduced even further to form a thick glaze with a rich, caramelised flavour. The additional flavours of herbal rosemary, pungent garlic and hot chilli balance the sweet balsamic and make it the ideal accompaniment to chargrilled meats and vegetables. It’s also great as a condiment with sausages or dotted on a plate with seared scallops or prawns.

Officinae Defrutum balsamic vinegars and condiments are made on a family-run farm in Modena, in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region. They are made only with Trebbiano and Lambrusco grapes that are grown in the farm’s surrounding vineyards, so the entire production is closed cycle. Emilia-Romagna’s climate of extremes – very hot summers and freezing winters – provides the best conditions for fermenting and maturing balsamic vinegar. The production and ageing methods have been passed down through four generations of balsamic vinegar makers.

Ingredients: concentrated grape must, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena (25%) (wine vinegar, cooked grape must), modified starch, garlic flavour, rosemary flavour, chilli pepper flavour. Contains sulphitesAllergens are listed in bold.

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