Raspberry vinegar

July 15, 2011  •  Category:

I had no idea making a fancy raspberry (or any other berry or fruit) vinegar was that simple! This was a tip I learned from chef Marc Foucher. You can easily substitute any other fruit; this vinegar will keep very well in the fridge in a closed container. The key here is to use WHITE vinegar. METHOD:

  1. Pour the quantity of white vinegar that you need in a saucepan and bring to a boil.
  2. As soon as the vinegar boils, throw in the fruits  and remove from heat; smash them gently  a couple of seconds; let the vinegar sit at room temperature overnight. If pressed for time, place in the fridge and use one or two hours later.
  3. When ready to use, drain the vinegar into a container.  Store in the fridge in a closed container.

Strawberries in raspberry vinegar: Sprinkle a few tablespoons of  raw sugar on the strawberries, add a tablespoon of raspberry vinegar and macerate for 15 minutes. Serve.


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  1. Rosa says:

    Mmmhhh, marvelous¨I’m a big fan of vinegar.



  2. Miriam says:

    I loooove flavored vinegars…

  3. Oui, Chef says:

    What a great idea to add some new flavors to my homemade salad dressings!

  4. Tim Vidra says:

    This is beautiful! I am going to have to try this.


  5. Susan says:

    I enjoyed making my first vinegar this year and would love to try this method. I can just imagine how wonderful this would taste on a salad.

  6. Stamatia says:

    We used to do this at the pioneer village where I used to work. If you use chive blossoms, you get a beautiful pale pink vinegar 🙂

  7. sweetlife says:

    I have always wanted to make berry vinegar, so simple..thanks for sharing

  8. Jeannie says:

    I love easy recipes and this can’t get any easier! Lovely color too! yum!

  9. Angie's Recipes says:

    I love raspberry vinegar for the salads!

  10. Devaki says:

    OMG! Trust you to deconstruct this to a point that we can all relish and understand just how easy it is…duh….THANKS! Joumana – this one is a kitche staple for sure 🙂

    chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

  11. Yasmeen says:

    What a nice departure from the usual fruit sauces. I love the idea of a homemade raspberry or blackberry vinegar for fresh or grilled veggies and meats. Great share!

  12. domi says:

    Superbe cette idée m’ouvre des portes…pleines de senteurs et de saveurs

  13. Cooking Foodie says:

    This is interesting…

  14. Magic of Spice says:

    I adore fruit infused vinegar…great tutorial!

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