The versatile A&A Crema Balsamica is a “must” 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 our authentic balsamic vinegar with a syrupy texture and sweet-savory taste addition.
I love balsamic and with its unlimited applications, I use it almost every day in my kitchen, here are my suggestions to use this wonderful product: If you are using it while cooking, add it just before you removed your dish from the stove, so it won’t lose its authentic flavor or aroma in the cooking process.
Remember that you will only new few drops to enrich your dish.

This is an excellent drizzle sauce; you can use it as a condiment for your salads, by just substituting your regular vinegar with it.

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


Caprese Salad

Add some A&A Italian Dipping Extra Virgin Olive Oil and 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, special with our great Parmigiano Reggiano or prosciutto di parma. This Crema Balsamica can be used as a grilling sauce too, for all types of meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables, since its sweetness complements that saltiness very well. Try to drizzled a little bit on your grilled chicken before you serve it, or marinated your Portobello mushrooms with it before grilling them. It is also great to use as a garnish sauce for dessert plates too, as fruit salads, or I love and recommend you to try to sprinkle some Crema as your vanilla ice cream topping!!



Caprese Stewers

The versatile A&A Crema Balsamica is a “must” in your kitchen. It can be used on all type of food, as salads, cooked meat, fish, vegetables, cheese, sliced meats, ice cream and any fruit, to enhance and bring out the flavor of your everyday meals in a flash. Please let me know how it goes! And I hope you will share with us any new recipe or way to use this fantastic ingredient.


Buona Domenica a Tutti!

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