Balsamic Glaze


Have you guys tried Trader Joe's Balsamic Glaze?  It's stupid good, or "sick" as my 4-year-old now likes to describe happy things.  Deep in flavor, not overly sweet or vinegar-y, and a perfectly thick consistency.  I use it as dressing ALL the time.  Just drizzle it over your salad with a splash of good olive oil (yup, I strive to sound like Ina) and that's all you need.  Marinate your chicken, or serve it over ice cream and fresh berries (which I have yet to do).  The other night, I used it to roast vegetables (with olive oil, salt and pepper).  It was so perfect, and much better than using watery balsamic vinegar.  

Sorry for all the iPhone photos as of late.  I lost my camera card and my to-do list says BUY ANOTHER.  My to-do list currently says 347 things.  I hate my to-do list and it's stupid face.  


Anonymous said...

We're getting our first Trader Joe's here in Tallahassee, FL very soon. I'm very excited. I love your blog. Keep up the good work.

Amber H. said...

Those veggies look YUM. I hope you don't mind that I shared your link on my FB page. :) Good thing we were planning on going to Nashville this weekend - a stop at TJ's is warranted! Love your blog!

tara said...

To do lists totally suck.

This looks delicious!

frozen seafood exporters said...

I love your recipes, and I may try them out, by the way, I have some simple recipe about making balsamic glaze.

Bring to slow boil the mixture of balsamic vinegar and olive oil until it thickens, Afterwards it turns very thick in consistency.


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