Recipe by sal
"Tangy raspberry vinegar with a hint of sweetness is the perfect accent in salad dressings and other dishes."
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6 1/2 cups
Excellent! I made this with the wild raspberries that grow in my yard. Red and Black. It is easy and delish! I gave it as gifts and have been asked for the recipe over and over.
I made a small version of this the other day and let it sit in the fridge until today, and then I mixed it with Red Raspberry Wine Vinaigrette Dressing from this site. In all reality I think the vinegar could have been just fine on its own without any other ingredients. Someone is asking why there is sugar in this recipe, and that's because I think it offsets the tartness/acidity of the vinegar and fruit in nice style. I do believe that tomorrow with my salad I'll just mix this with lemon olive oil and be just fine with that. I would definitely make this again! Thank you, sal!
because raspberries are tart and vinegar is tangy. the sugar adds the "hint of sweetness" desired in any berry vinaigrette.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Raspberry Vinegar II
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 7
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