The Versatile A&A Crema Balsamica is a Must-Have in Your Kitchen

Our A&A CREMA BALSAMICA is a sweet version of the balsamic vinegar produced in Modena, Italy. It has all the flavor and aroma of the authentic balsamic vinegar with an added syrupy texture and a sweet-and-savory taste.

There are endless uses for balsamic vinegar, which is why I love to incorporate it every day in my kitchen. Here are my personal suggestions:

Enrichen any dish by adding a few drops while it's still cooking. Remember to add it just before you remove your dish from the stove, so the balsamic doesn't lose its flavor or aroma in the cooking process.

Our Crema makes an excellent drizzle sauce; you can use it as a condiment for your salad by substituting your regular vinegar with it.

Drizzle over your fresh tomatoes or strawberries. Try giving a new twist to your Caprese salad by adding this wonderful A&A Crema Balsamica to your sliced mozzarella and tomatoes.


Caprese Salad

Add it onto some A&A Italia Extra Virgin Olive Oil to make a delicious bread dipping.

Balsamic and Oil Dipping

It is also wonderful to use as a garnish or dipping sauce for your cheese or prosciutto plates, specially with Italy's great Parmigiano Reggiano or Prosciutto di Parma. Our Crema Balsamica can also be used as a grilling sauce for all types of meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables, since its sweetness complements their saltiness very well. Try to drizzle a little on your grilled chicken before serving, or use it to marinate your Portobello mushrooms before grilling. It is also great to use as a garnish sauce for dessert plates; drizzle some on your fruit salads or on your vanilla ice cream for a sweet topping!



Caprese Stewers

The versatile A&A Crema Balsamica is a must-have in your kitchen. It can be used on all types of foods and cuisines to enhance and bring out the flavor of your everyday meals in a flash.

Please let me know how it goes! I hope you will share with us any new recipes or ways to enjoy this fantastic ingredient.


Buona Domenica a Tutti!

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