Chinkiang black rice vinegar, also known as Zhenjiang black rice vinegar, is from the eastern Chinese city of Zhenjiang, or Chinkiang. Expect complex, smoky notes – making it a great addition to dipping sauces or braised meat dishes and a good way to lift a noodle broth.
The acidic yet slightly sweet vinegar is great for cutting through fatty or meaty dishes and a little splash will transform wonton dishes, soups and noodles.
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Ingredients: Water, glutinous rice, wheat bran, salt, sugar.
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Is Chinkiang vinegar the same as black vinegar?
Chinkiang vinegar and black vinegar are the same. The earthy, smoky vinegar has a black hue, hence the name.
What do you use Chinkiang vinegar for?
Chinkiang vinegar is an essential ingredient in Chinese cooking. With balanced acidic and sweet notes, the vinegar cuts through the richness of braised meats and lifts noodle broths. It’s also one of the key components to sweet and sour dishes, and it’s a popular dipping sauce for soup dumplings.