How to use sherry vinegar in a glaze? Does a sherry vinegar glaze go well with fish? And how about basting a roast?
Kara Snowfield, Tucson, AZ
It sounds like you’re up for trying something new in the kitchen. I have the perfect recipe for how to use sherry vinegar in a glaze. And yes, it tastes great with salmon.
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To begin making the glaze, you’ll need brown sugar and a saucepan. First, combine a half cup of sherry vinegar with a half cup of brown sugar. Next, stir gently to mix it and let it simmer over medium heat until it forms a thick syrup. Then take the pan off the burner.
You might want to add a teaspoon of water to thin the syrup slightly before you drizzle it over salmon, chicken, or even dessert. It turns out that sherry vinegar glaze gives pizzazz to ice cream and frozen strawberries.
But that’s not all sherry vinegar can do. You can create a mouthwatering pan sauce with it. Just add shallots, rosemary, thyme, and lemon zest. Or you can baste your vegetables with the vinegar before you roast them. And sherry vinegar makes an excellent marinade for beef and chicken, too.
Finally, you may enjoy replacing your usual salad dressing with sherry vinegar instead of balsamic. It also tastes great as a dip for bread.