Hickory Balsamic

A bold hickory flavor with a smooth finish! Extraordinary marinade for shrimp, ribs, steak or salmon.

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  • 375ml
  • 750ml

$16.50

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Origin:  Modena, Italy

Culinary Uses:  Seafood, Ribs, Salmon, Vegetables, Potatoes, Chicken

Pair with:  Roasted Onion, Garlic, Sesame, Sun-Dried Tomato, Chipotle

Ingredients: Grape Must, Wine Vinegar, Hickory Extract

Nutrition: 1 T. = 5 calories, 0 fat, 2 carbs

A bold hickory flavor with a smooth finish! Extraordinary marinade for shrimp, ribs, steak or salmon. Versatile enough for vegetables or any seafood. Create a wonderful glaze by adding white wine and simmering.

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Karen
10/18/2015

Karen

I just marinaded some salmon in this and my family loved it! I will be trying this again with chicken and pork chops. My new favorite!

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Hickory Balsamic

Hickory Balsamic

A bold hickory flavor with a smooth finish! Extraordinary marinade for shrimp, ribs, steak or salmon.

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