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How to make Flavored Vinegar with Peppers and Onions

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This book looks familiar because it is just like the mustard book, only for vinegar. I purchased both books at Powell's many years ago, knowing I would journey back to where I am going. I have been going "home" since I returned to Vancouver in 2003. A lot of steps along the way, but each day the journey takes me closer to my kind of home.

A home where food is cooked with fresh ingredients, and served with pride. Where furnishings are comfortable and you can put your feet on the coffee table, while you sip your coffee. Or eat a slice of pie, or sip a glass of wine.

Today I made seasoned vinegar with pepper and onions.  This is a wonderful flavored vinegar to keep on hand.

Vinegar with Peppers and Onions
adapted from:  Gourmet Vinegars
makes 1 qt finished vinegar

1 green pepper, chopped fine
1 yellow pepper, chopped fine
1 red pepper, chopped fine
1 red onion, cut in half and sliced thin
1 quart vinegar

Make your own flavored vinegar, Flavored Vinegar with Peppers and Onions.
Flavored Vinegar with Peppers and Onions.
The onion and peppers vinegar is on the left. 

The resting time is 4 - 6 weeks. Then enjoy the flavor it adds to foods cooked and raw.


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  1. I love the idea of that blueberry one!

  2. noble pig,

    I made the mint and orange combination after reading about your salad with the mint and champagne vinegar dressing. That sounded so good. I think this will be good for de-glazing a pan after browning chicken or pork chops as well.

  3. Loving this!! Thanks for opening my eyes. Bookmarking to make some and soon! Thanks again!!


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