3 Clever Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar
These apple cider vinegar recipes will get that bottle out of the cupboards and into your cooking.
Apple cider vinegar, or ACV, is good for much more than just vinaigrettes. It's subtle sweet flavor perks up a glaze, makes the most delicious (and simple!) pickles, and provides balance to fruity jam. Look for the unfiltered version with the "mother" to reap all the gut health benefits.
Tart apple cider vinegar plays nice with the sweetness of light brown sugar and the kick from whole-grain mustard seeds in this all-purpose glaze. Brush it on chicken or pork, or toss it with roasted vegetables like sweet potatoes or carrots.
Get the recipe: Cider-Mustard Glaze
Day Dill Pickles
Persian cucumbers, those mini-seedless cucumbers you see wrapped at the market, are combined with dill, garlic, and mustard seeds for a crisp pickle. Using apple cider vinegar brings a tart-sweet note to these spears you’ll be tempted to eat alongside more than just sandwiches.
Get the recipe: Day Dill Pickles
Quick Strawberry-Cider Jam
To balance this strawberry jam we added apple cider vinegar for a craveable type of tartness. Spread it on a baguette or on toast, spoon it over ice cream or yogurt, or eat it straight from the spoon—it’s that good.
Get the recipe: Quick Strawberry-Cider Jam