Jan 16, 2012

Vino Cotto: the use as ingredient
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Via Scoop.itLe Marche and Food

Vino Cotto is an authentic, naturally sweet “cooked wine” syrup dating back to biblical times. Traditional vino cotto is made using premium wine grapes. It contains no vinegar or alcohol, making it quite a versatile condiment and ingredient. 1. Vino Cotto can be used straight from the bottle drizzled over vegetables, salads, ice cream, and fruits. 2. When sauteeing foods like chicken, pork, lamb, beef, salmon, shrimp, or vegetables, drizzle with Vino Cotto just before done; bring the Vino Cotto to a slow boil, then serve. 3. Since Vino Cotto is the base ingredient to condiment-grade balsamic vinegars, create your own by simply adding Vino Cotto to distilled vinegar. Make it as sweet or vinegary as you want it to be. 4. Add olive oil to your balsamic vinegar for an amazing balsamic vinaigrette to serve over salads, fruits and vegetables.
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