Strawberry and Mozzarella Salad with Due Vittorie

Saturday, 9 May 2015

Strawberry and Mozzarella Salad with Due Vittorie

Strawberry and mozzarella salad

Due Vittorie Balsamic Vinegar is now in the UK. I have to say that it is the best balsamic vinegar I have tasted. The Tradizionale is a foodies treat. At £49.99 for 100ml it is for special occasions and comes in a presentation box with a booklet containing some recipe ideas. Don't worry though, the Oro is for everyday use (retailing at £9.99) and it is rich, sweet and viscous.


Due Vittorie balsamic vinegar


With summer approaching, I decided to use the Oro in a tasty salad.

All you need is

Spinach and Rocket leaves
Due Vittorie Oro Balsamic vinegar
Olive Oil
Strawberries
Red onion
Pumpkin seeds
Mozzarella
Salt

Take the stalks off the strawberries and cut in half. Thinly slice the red onion.


strawberries

Slice the mozzarella and add a little salt. 

Mix two teaspoons of the Due Vittorie Oro with one teaspoon of the olive oil.


mozerella

Drizzle this over the salad leaves. 

Add the sliced strawberries, onion, pumpkin seeds and mozzarella. Drizzle over any remaining vinaigrette.

strawberry and mozzarella salad


I was really impressed with the Due Vittorie Oro. Although it is more expesive than I would normally buy, I would consider purchasing it in the future. I carried out a taste test on my husband to see if he could tell the difference between the Oro and Tradizionale. He could, but due to the price I think this is only something a real foodie would purchase. Both of the balsamic vinegars can be purchased from Ocado. 

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200 comments:

  1. my salad for a bbq x

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  2. rebecca beesley9 May 2015 at 17:18

    Drizzled over buffalo tomatoes and spring onions

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  3. A lovely salad for my tea

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  4. Your Strawberry Salad looks divine so I think I'd give that a whirl

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  5. Tracy K Nixon9 May 2015 at 17:50

    A tasty and colourful salad!

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  6. I would use it as a dip, I love dipping bread in balsamic!

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  7. i'd use it with scallops

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  8. with oliver oil on bread

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  9. I'd use it to snazz up a salad

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  10. always on a salad

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  11. Leila Benhamida9 May 2015 at 23:15

    Salad dressing, will had some mustard and a bit of oil

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  12. A salad dressing

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  13. on potato salad.

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  14. I would mix it with a llittle good quality olive oil to dip bread in

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  15. A salad dressing

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  16. Salad dressing

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  17. I would drizzle it over strawberries with mint and a little black pepper for a really interesting summer dessert

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  18. I would give it to my parents, they would probably use it with salad

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  19. Janet Humphrey11 May 2015 at 10:13

    Salad dressing with home grown tomatoes - mmmm

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  20. Michelle Smith11 May 2015 at 10:16

    As a salad dressing with olive oil

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  21. ashleigh allan11 May 2015 at 10:23

    A nice salad dressing!

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  22. I love it drizzled over a salad of mixed tomatoes, shallots and thyme

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  23. salad dressing

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  24. Salad Dressing Or Amazing Dipping-Bread! :)

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  25. Richard Randall11 May 2015 at 11:38

    Mixed with a good olive for dipping bread.

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  26. Dip some fresh, warm bread (preferably rosemary bread) in it with good olive oil

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  27. I use it for lots of things but good with Tinned tomatoes microwaved with a pinch of salt and sugar.

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  28. i love to use it either mixed with olive oil and wholegrain mustard as a salad dressing or in my lasagne!

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  29. Vinaigrette dressing

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  30. Edward Guerreiro11 May 2015 at 12:59

    I'm not sure. Probably a salad dressing. I have never actually tried good balsamic vinegar.

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  31. lindsay chadburn11 May 2015 at 13:13

    i make a mean bruschetta, garlic ciabatta covered in baby tomatoes red onion basil and garlic with a drizzle of balsamic over the top qucik and easy

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  32. I love a balsamic and raspberry reduced salad dressing. It's got a real zing to it.

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  33. I'd add some to my beef bourguignon

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  34. I would dress a salad and serve with bruschetta

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  35. I'd use it with artisan bread for dipping.

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  36. home made strawberry ice cream

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  37. Balsamic lamb with quinoa salad :)

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  38. A salad with basil, mozzarella, avocado and beef tomato.

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  39. I'm a big fan of Bruschetta with tomatoes and mozarella

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  40. I'd use it to drizzle over goats cheese and red onion tarts :)

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  41. sprinkled over some veggies which are then roasted in the oven and served with some feta cheese

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  42. Greek salad

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  43. Charlene Price11 May 2015 at 17:12

    Tuna Nicoise

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  44. Plastig Ffantastig11 May 2015 at 17:24

    salad dressing :)

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  45. I would use it with oil for a bread dip

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  46. I would utilise it in a dressing and as a oomph in my shepherds pie

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  47. a nice greek salad thankyou

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  48. Roast vegetables in the Balsamic

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  49. Stacey Carnell11 May 2015 at 18:44

    Some yummy salad dressings <3

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  50. A dressing, with olive oil and chilli oil to pour over wedges/chips

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  51. A salad dressing for my mozzarella and cherry tomato salad

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  52. Not very original, but make a nice salad dressing for the yummy green leaves in season.

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  53. Avocado salad with walnuts

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  54. i love it on salads

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  55. A salad dressing

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  56. I love it simply with olive oil and fresh bread but believe it gives an extra dimension to pasta sauces also.

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  57. roasted tomatos on toast + balsamic dressing

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  58. (Sorry to be so predictable...) Salad dressing :)

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  59. I would have it with fresh bread and olive oil

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  60. Roast peppers and tomatos

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  61. A salad with dressing

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  62. Stephanie Llewellyn11 May 2015 at 21:46

    goats cheese salad with rocket and balsamic vinegar

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  63. greek salad.

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  64. Flavour my fresh avocado

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  65. I would use it for when I make Greek salads.

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  66. as a salad dressing :)

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  67. I'd love to try it simply with some good olive oil and fresh bread

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  68. Louise Fairweather11 May 2015 at 22:30

    that sounds lovely!

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  69. Louise Fairweather11 May 2015 at 22:31

    Ok that is now on my list of things to make next week!

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  70. would simply drizzle it on some lovely bread with a little cheese and spinach

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  71. Salad Dressing :)

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  72. A salad with baby spinach, crispy bacon, grilled or bbq'd peaches, sliced, and crumbled blue cheese, preferably roquefort, drizzled with this wonderful balsamic.

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  73. As a dressing for pasta salad

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  74. Kristy Leanne Brown12 May 2015 at 08:30

    I would make a lovely salad dressing but I would also use it for cabbage

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  75. I would use it as a salad dressing as in pasta dishes x

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  76. Laura Pritchard12 May 2015 at 09:24

    I'd try that strawberry salad you've shown, I've never put fruit in a salad before!

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  77. Would be wonderful with beetroot and goats cheese salad

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  78. a lovely summer salad mm

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  79. Louise Fairweather12 May 2015 at 11:53

    It tastes really good with apricot but I couldn't get hold of any x

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  80. Christine Dodd12 May 2015 at 12:11

    I use it as a salad dressing - I love it with heritage tomatoes

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  81. Paula Readings12 May 2015 at 15:14

    Pasta salad dressing

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  82. Michael Beaumont12 May 2015 at 15:18

    on any salad

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  83. I like to bake tomatoes with basil, splashed with balsamic vinegar.

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  84. Victoria_CosmeticCravings12 May 2015 at 17:09

    I love dipping bread in it or using it on salad

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  85. Asparagus, Parmesan and Baby Pea Salad

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  86. on a caesura chicken salad

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  87. sarah diane rees12 May 2015 at 18:31

    A salad

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  88. Beetroot & onion salad :)

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  89. mozzeralla and tomato and avocado salad

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  90. A lovely salad dressing

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  91. Add olive oil and use as a salad dressing or for dipping fresh bread

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  92. I'd put it in lots of things. I add it to Bolognese for a bit of tang, I buy nice fresh bread and dip it, and I add a touch to soups as well.

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  93. jennifer bolognesi12 May 2015 at 22:22

    with salad & olive oil

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  94. Apart from salad dressings and dips mixed with olive oil I like to stir it into Red cabbage after cooked.. It brings back the colour and gives a lovely flavour

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  95. Mark Witherington14 May 2015 at 21:51

    Roast veg

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  96. a nice salad!

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  97. on strawberries

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  98. I like it on a greek salad best

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  99. Emily Hutchinson15 May 2015 at 14:53

    I love it on salad, it adds that extra flavour you need sometimes

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  100. Michelle Banks15 May 2015 at 17:58

    a nice salad dressing, lovely for sunny days x

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  101. kristina trick16 May 2015 at 12:05

    I've always wanted to try strawberrys with balsamic vinegar

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  102. Natalie Osborne Thomason16 May 2015 at 18:38

    Mozzarella and tomato salad

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  103. I would use it with some nice olive oil for dipping!

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  104. with some olive oil and lovely little tomatoes, and then on top of crusty bread. yum!

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  105. Susie Wilkinson17 May 2015 at 09:13

    I've never really used it, but I did used to have it drizzled on a pizza at Pizza Hut (a little bit random, I know!) so it'd be great to experiment with it knowing that I do actually like it!

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  106. Put it on a delicious bacon salad

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  107. David Cavender18 May 2015 at 10:17

    chicken salad

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  108. chicken croquettes

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  109. melanie stirling18 May 2015 at 17:31

    Drizzled over warm salads.

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  110. Pimms! Great for our BBQs.

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  111. Over a nice ham and egg salad

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  112. leanne williams19 May 2015 at 19:15

    chicken salad

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  113. over a mixed salad

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  114. Rebecca Barnes21 May 2015 at 17:13

    Balsamic lamb - it's gorgeous!

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  115. Fennel salad with balsamic vinegar

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  116. Red onion marmalade - I love it :)

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  117. I like it on my salad leaves

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  118. Roast vegs

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  119. Monica Gilbert25 May 2015 at 12:51

    I'd use it to make a salad dressing.

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  120. Michelle Dagger25 May 2015 at 20:13

    On a greek salad

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  121. Sarah Archibald26 May 2015 at 14:57

    I'd use it for a salad dressing, nice and simple :)

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  122. Sarah Archibald26 May 2015 at 14:58

    I clicked that I'd commented on the potato post, but can't seem to find it anywhere now and I'm finding the blog quite hard to navigate. sorry!

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  123. Great prize as usual

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  124. Roasted veg.

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  125. Red Onion and Balsamic Tart

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  126. isabelle smith27 May 2015 at 23:49

    salad xx

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  127. Carolyn Garaway29 May 2015 at 11:32

    For dipping bread in

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  128. I'd keep it simple and just use it wit a mozzarella and tomato salad. Perfect!

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  130. Just dipping crusty bread is fantastic

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  131. Charlotte Hood30 May 2015 at 16:14

    I would make a dressing with raspberries! Works really well together :)

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  132. Allan Fullarton30 May 2015 at 17:15

    Roasted veg.

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  133. dressing for my salad

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  134. I would use it for dipping bread in

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  135. A reduction for with my chicken

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  136. In a salad of mixed green leaves

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  137. I would make a salad

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  138. Salad dressing :)

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  139. WhatIsLazDoing31 May 2015 at 23:07

    I'd use it for dipping bread

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  140. As salad dressing

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  141. Salad dressing

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  142. Poached eggs with anchovies

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  143. Roasted Veggies

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  144. salads and for bolognese

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  145. I love to dip bread into balsamic vinegar and olive oil :)

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  146. Grilled Aubergine Salad

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  147. On a greek salad

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  148. Susan Williams1 June 2015 at 13:49

    Chicken thighs and potatoes cooked Mediterranean style, in the oven, with olive oil, garlic and balsamic vinegar. Delicious.

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  149. Simply drizzled over grilled veggies, so could get maximum flavour from it

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  150. lindsay chadburn1 June 2015 at 16:15

    i love it i make it for a quick lunch often

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  151. Another wombat1 June 2015 at 16:44

    The most awesome dressing - with virgin olive oil, lemon juice, fine grated parmesan, toasted sesame seed, pepper, salt and mustard

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  152. Romana Richards1 June 2015 at 18:08

    I'd make a good and simple vinaigrette

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  153. The best thing about Balsamic, is to mix with some quality Olive Oil and dip home made bread into it.

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  154. Pasta salad

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  155. A glaze for chicken

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  156. Salad dressing

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  157. Samantha Atherton1 June 2015 at 20:31

    I like to make a dip for fresh bread by mixing balsamic vinegar & olive oil.

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  158. ELIZABETH SMITH1 June 2015 at 20:36

    sticky sausages with honey and balsamic

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  159. Nancy Bradford1 June 2015 at 20:44

    A lovely salad with cherry tomatoes, black olives and feta cheese.

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  160. I'd make to a balsamic dressing to go with a tomato and mozzarella salad.

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  161. Christine Hall1 June 2015 at 22:44

    Roasted veg with Balsamic vinegar makes them very tasty

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  162. Teresa Sheldon1 June 2015 at 23:09

    I'd add it to my marinade for my barbie food delicious

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  163. Chantele Cross-Jones2 June 2015 at 01:16

    I like to dip good italian bread in it! Nice and simple!

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  164. I would put it on my cherry tomatoes, feta and rocket salad

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  165. I'd make a lovely vinigrette for my salad

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  166. Very boring I know but would just drizzle straight onto strawberries.

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  167. I'd use it on salad

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  168. Jessica Newman2 June 2015 at 09:09

    id drizzle it on a tomato rocket and mozarella salad

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  169. Amy Rebecca Blickett2 June 2015 at 09:32

    I would definitely have it with a tuna and avocado salad - delicious!!

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  170. Lyndsey Beckford2 June 2015 at 10:15

    I like to mix it with my tuna as I don't use mayonnaise :-)

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  171. a salad dressing, also roast some vegetables with it

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  172. I'd dip my chips in it.

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  173. Just a simple salad dressing

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  174. French onion chicken

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  175. Tamsin Jane Dean2 June 2015 at 13:27

    home made chips, yummy

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  176. A salad dressing x

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  177. Victoria Dixon2 June 2015 at 14:58

    An avocado and strawberry salad with a scrummy serving of steak on the side :)

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  178. Charlie Martin2 June 2015 at 17:14

    have it on chippies mmm

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  179. A gorgeous tomato salad

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  180. Crispy bacon salad

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  181. I have an amazing recipe for Lamb with Balsamic Vinegar and Maple Syrup Sauce! EJ Dunn

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  182. A chicken salad

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  183. Chris Fletcher2 June 2015 at 19:32

    That salad with the strawberries and mozzarella sounds divine - I'll definitely be trying that!

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  184. something with strawberries in

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  185. A salad dressing.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  186. Iris Waldburger2 June 2015 at 20:36

    Salad dressing

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  187. Kerry Lethbridge2 June 2015 at 21:11

    I love it on salad or with olive oil and crusty bread

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  188. I'd prob have it on a salad to brighten it up (i not the best cook tho)

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  189. A yummy salad dressing

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  190. Splashed on fried salmon fillets

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  191. Rebecca Nisbet2 June 2015 at 21:59

    we get through alot of this at home, i love it simply splashed on my salad.

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  192. A Chicken and Cheese Salad x

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