- Dish type
- Salad dressing
My family loves to use raspberries or blackberries in this recipe. Prepare close to the time of use.
10 people made this
- 675ml (1 pint 4 fl oz) cider vinegar
- 175g (6 oz) raspberries
- 2 tablespoons caster sugar
MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min
- Combine vinegar, berries and sugar together in a medium glass mixing bowl. Mix gently and pour mixture into bottles. Cover tightly and store at room temperature.
Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(7)
Reviews in English (8)
Altered ingredient amounts.Another simple yet tasty holiday gift idea. I made large batches, refilled clean wine bottles and corked with decorative stoppers. Low-cal with high-taste. Agree that a little more sugar (1Tbsp) is usually better recieved. Thanks.-24 Jul 2008
Altered ingredient amounts.Very good! I added a little more sugar though. RoseD-24 Jul 2008
this was great. it makes a good vinaigrette, and i gave it as a gift, and it was very well received.-24 Jul 2008
- 2 cups Balsamic or white wine vinegar
- 12 oz mixed berries (raspberries, blackberries, blueberries etc.)
- 2-3 twigs of rosemary
- 2-3 twigs of thyme
- 3 1/2 oz sugar
- Wash and dry berries or use frozen berries. Put berries in a clean, sealable glass bottle (I used an one-liter-bottle with screw-on lid and an one-liter-canning jar with clip lock). Wash and dry herb twigs and add to the bottle. Fill bottle with vinegar. Close bottle tightly and shake. Let it sit in a dark place for 10-14 days without opening. Shake daily. Pour vinegar through a fine-meshed sieve into a pot. Discard berries and herb twigs. Add sugar to vinegar and bring to boil. Fill vinegar into a sterile 500 ml bottle and close. Store in a dark place.
Washing Berries in a Vinegar Wash
Everyone has an opinion. I think you should at least give it a try, then decide. I know the vinegar wash works for me, but then I think white vinegar is &ldquogold.&rdquo We use it here at Big Mill B&B for an eco-friendly cleaning product. I also use it as a fabric softener.
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Some folks do not believe this works &ndash try it for yourself and you will see. It works for me and I have a B&B so I deal with lots of fresh fruit
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As soon as nice weather hits, I say “see ya later” to my favourite indoor workout buddy Chalene and start hitting the outdoors for all my exercise. There is a cycle that happens, the more you exercise the more your body craves nutrients. The more nutrients your body gets, the more energy you have to exercise. It’s all connected, and I am so happy to help guide you through your journey to making healthier choices.
Taking a little extra (and I do mean little!) time to make recipes from scratch, like healthy homemade cereal to get you going in the morning to making more homemade dinners, is so worth it. Not only for your health, but it also tastes so much better!
This healthy homemade vinaigrette can actually be made with any berries, so it’s nice that is flexible, especially if you’ve got an abundance of other berries laying around. Once you make this dressing from scratch, I can guarantee you, you’ll never buy store-bought again. It’s made with just 6 relatively inexpensive ingredients, all of which you probably have already. Whip it up on days when you just want something a little extra special! It’s so good, your kids will be begging for a second serving of salad!
Raspberry vinaigrette salad with grilled chicken seems like the natural choice for this dressing, which is great on its own, but in smaller portions salad works really well as a side dish. I love serving a main like this brie stuffed chicken with a variety of veggie sides like greens beans recipe and broiled asparagus with garlic as well as a salad and that way everyone is nourished and no one leaves hungry!
DIY Pantry Staple: How To Make Fruit Vinegar
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Many cultures have a long history of making fruit vinegars, including strawberry, blueberry, fig, persimmon and pear. Pineapple is one of the most common vinegars in both Mexico and Central America, as well as in Southeast Asia. This recipe is easily scalable: just double or triple the ingredients. You can also make vinegar with just fruit scraps (peels and cores), but know that the flavor will be different if you’re not using the flesh.
Tip: You can make this recipe with many other flavoring agents as well I’ve used both spruce tips and cantaloupe skins. Use the same proportions: 1/3 cup sugar to 4 cups of your product, and water to cover. If your fermentation doesn’t start after 3 days, add champagne yeast.
I followed the recipe exactly as written. The tart was very well received (and very pretty.) It also tasted very good the next day.
This tastes great and certainly looks impressive. I'm not crazy about the consistency, though. I've made it twice, and it never quite sets enough. It falls apart when I cut it and winds up being a mound of mush on the plate with berries mixed in. Maybe if there were more crust and less filling? Maybe it needs to chill overnight? Not sure.
This is a great recipe. I hate that raw cornstarch taste!:( I feel like i should cook cornstarch with milk first and then add to egg yolk mixture. When i cook cornstarch little bit longer it become runny and not thick enough. Any suggestions?
I made two versions of this tart this evening and both turned out wonderfully! I wanted a bit of fruit in the first one, so I used 1/3cup of white balsamic and cooked down a 1/3 cup of raspberries in it. Strained after the fruit and vinegar reduced and made the recipe as described. The fresher fruit taste was lovely and gave a nice red/lavender tone to the custard. For the second one tart I added 1 tsp of ginger and the custard was a lovely unctuous flavour to the custard. The vinegar gives a tang, the raspberry/ginger gives depth and the fresh fruit brightened the tart. I feel endless variations coming on!
I made this for our Gourmet group and it was Fabulous. I increased the recipe for 10 and used a 10-inch tart pan. The crust was a little too thick. The filling SOOO GOOD! Even though I accidently used regular balsamic instead of WHITE!! Easy to make but the topping was a little fussy but then, that's to be expected.
This is delicious and beautiful!
With a smaller group for July 4th this year, I decided to try this instead of the usual red, white & blue cheesecake (which is fabulous). Couldn't bear the thought of buying yet another bottle of vinegar, so went with another reviewer's suggestion of using classic balsamic. Well. The flavor was so subtle and so delicious, and the berry topping perfectly lovely. I didn't think Iɽ like the crust, but actually it was a light, crunchy, ideal complement (and simple to press into the tart pan). The preparation was flawless. However, from a presentation standpoint, next time I will break down and buy the white balsamic vinegar, as the custard did look a little muddy. Definitely on my list to make again soon - before next July 4!
I made this for a July 4th gathering and everyone raved about it. Like another reviewer I used a white balsamic raspberry vinegar. Highly recommend!
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- 1 cup of water
- 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1 pinch cayenne pepper optional
- Honey optional
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Mixed Berry Vinaigrette Salad Dressing Recipe
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I had so much fun sharing my random thoughts with you all last week that I&rsquom participating again in Running with Spoons&lsquo Thinking Out Loud Thursday again. Here are a few of the thoughts that popped into my head this week:
Random thought #1:
Did you know that I started running eighteen years ago? I got this crazy idea in my head that I wanted to try running a half marathon. Only I had no idea how to train for one, nor did I understand how far a half marathon was. I grabbed a book that I found at the Running Room (and apparently a tank top too) and followed a 16 week training program from the book. I trained only on a dreadmill and discovered fairly early in the race that dreadmill running and road running are very different. Road running is physically harder, while the dreadmill is mentally harder.
My first race. Notice that I look like I&rsquom dying while the chick beside me looks like she&rsquos having a blast?
Random thought #2:
Cuddles always win. I set my alarm to get up early for my run, but got caught trying to sneak out by my youngest daughter, so I decided to stay and cuddle with her until the rest of the family wakes up. I managed to fit my run in later at lunch.
Life is too short to say no to this.
Random thought #3:
Making your own salad dressing is so much easier than I ever thought. The other day I decided to try making my own salad dressing and was surprised at how easy it was.
I eat a lot of salad, but had never thought to make my dressing myself. Why would I when there are so many great options at the store? I was out of dressing for my salad, and wasn&rsquot in the mood to herd the cats to go shopping, so I looked through my cupboards and found everything I needed:
It really is that simple to make your own delicious and fresh mixed berry vinaigrette.
Random thought #4:
Salads made with home-made salad dressing taste way better. This thought is self-explanatory, but if you don&rsquot believe me, here&rsquos a picture:
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What random thoughts have crossed your mind this week?
Easy Creamy Coleslaw with Grapes
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Make the raspberry vinegar:
Heat the vinegar and the raspberries in a stainless steel pot until very hot, just below boiling hot. Turn off the flame, cover the pot, and set it aside for 2 days or more (if you think you will be needing this pot, just transfer the whole mixture to a glass bowl). Stir the mixture and strain it into glass jars, pressing gently on the raspberries to extract all the juice but not the pulp. If desired, add a few fresh or frozen raspberries. Makes about 2 quarts. Store in a glass jar at room temperature.
Cranberry Vinegar Variation:
Substitute 2 12-ounce bags of Cranberries, fresh or frozen, for the raspberries, and chop them coarsely in a food processor. Proceed just as for raspberry vinegar. You might also want to try half cranberries half raspberries, for a fabulous Raspberry Cranberry Vinegar
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