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Synonyms for vinegar

sour-tasting liquid produced usually by oxidation of the alcohol in wine or cider and used as a condiment or food preservative

dilute acetic acid

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To make the fresh mint chutney, heat the malt vinegar in a small saucepan.
Now they're branching out into the malt vinegar market to take on traditional British suppliers such as Sarson's.
Add malt vinegar, mustard powder, ground nutmeg, ground ginger and crushed garlic.
Add four tablespoons of syrup and a teaspoon of malt vinegar and bring to a temperature of 140C.
Premier Foods described the Sarsona[euro](tm)s and Haywards brands as the leaders in the malt vinegar and pickles in vinegar categories, respectively.
They installed new plant this summer, mainly from America and also from Australia and Germany, and the production line is now turning out three flavours, with Lancashire cheese and onion, using cheese from Preston, Lancashire Sauce Sea Salt and Lancashire Vinegar, which includes Wigan-produced Ellsey's malt vinegar.
But the creaminess punctured by the occasional crunch, the intoxicating malt vinegar, the sweet tomato ketchup, the dripping fat melding with the sponge-like bread in a chip butty means the artery-clogging carb giant gets my vote every time.
The range of flavours has been increased and now includes Chilli Jack, Sea Salt & Malt Vinegar, Sour Cream & Chive and Oriental BBQ.
We added malt vinegar flavoured seasoning to sea salt and the result is salt and vinegar flavoured chips without the sogginess," he added.
You don't have to use vinegar with rizari but if you do, don't use malt vinegar as it will add a brown tinge to your eggs," Stavros said.
While not as well known as malt vinegar or mailed milk, barley malt syrup is growing in popularity as an alternative, all-natural sweetener.
50), consisting of lightly beer-battered cod, steak-cut fries, malt vinegar on the side and Kidby's own house-produced tartar sauce.
of brown or yellow mustard seeds 1/4 cup of brown sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black tellicherry peppers (or cracked pepper) 1 teaspoon of turmeric 7/8 cup of malt vinegar or wine or white vinegar