The colorful accompaniment for salads
Juicy, dark red fruit make raspberry vinegar one of the most popular vinegars from Pödör. The taste is exceptional; uniquely refreshing and so fruity that you can actually taste the raspberries. This quality vinegar has the high standards for resources, production and storage at Pödör to thank for its intensive taste. Juice from only the ripest of berries is selected to be processed.
This vinegar is 100 percent natural and is matured without any additives or chemicals in natural wooden casks. Pure nature is the motto! One sign of the excellent quality is the residue in the classy bottles. Unfiltered fruit vinegar retains the best substances from the berries and that is why the end product is also 100 percent natural.
Average nutrition value
100 g contain on average:
The vinegar should be stored in a place protected from light, sealed hermetically. Under these conditions it has a virtually indefinite shelf life.
The sediment at the bottom of the bottle is natural, not a sign of poor quality.
An unfiltered, undiluted fruit vinegar, so shake it before use!
Country of origin: Austria
Uses for raspberry vinegar
The effervescent sweetness of raspberry vinegar turns every classic salad into a culinary delight! Raspberry vinegar harmonizes with leafy green salads in particular together with fine walnut, hazelnut or grape seed oil. Raspberry vinegar does not only taste good in salads however. Fruit salad with berries, apples, grapes, apricots and plums receives a secret nuance with this berry vinegar.
Raspberry vinegar is an insider tip for both professional and hobby cooks. Its fruity acidity lends sauces for roasts, game or other red meat dishes that special something. Or you could marinate a nice piece of meat in raspberry vinegar to make it tender and aromatic.
You can also create special taste experiences with drinks that have been enhanced with raspberry vinegar. Simply add a splash of this vinegar to juices, cool tea or mineral water and you have a refreshing, fruity drink. Tip: Surprise your guests with a slightly modified version of the famous aperitif Kir Royal. With a hint of raspberry vinegar it will get your dinner off to a good start!