Definition of balsamic
1 : of, relating to, yielding, or containing balsam
2 : made with balsamic vinegar a balsamic vinaigrette
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Garnish with balsamic vinegar, olive oil and flatbread.
The cocktails, like The Caldwell with bourbon, balsamic vinegar and basil, are also whiskey based.
In a corner of Italy, aromatic attics are full of barrels where balsamic vinegar ages over decades.
The Evil Sprouts are cooked with maple syrup and balsamic vinegar and mixed with those same bacon lardons that topped the mac and cheese.
Drizzle with your best olive oil and balsamic vinegar. 5.
The vegetarian-friendly side of the menu holds a simple arugula, Parm and balsamic salad, its peppery bite balanced with the salty cheese and a touch of lemon.
Stir in 2-3 teaspoons of the balsamic syrup, tossing to coat the greens.
Microgreens added a note of freshness, however, the dish called out for a spritz of acid, perhaps in the form of a balsamic reduction or a light lemon dressing on the greens, to add balance to the plate.
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