Drizzles & Vinaigrettes Recipes

7 ways to use Balsamic Drizzle April 19, 2018 09:30

This is a concentrated Balsamic Reduction.  This drizzle has been slowly reduced with brown sugar giving an irresistible caramelised flavour.

Try some of our favourite recipe ideas…

  • Drizzle over fresh strawberries, peaches, cherries, boysenberries, raspberries or a combination of berries and serve with ice cream, cream or yoghurt.
  • Beautiful mixed with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and drizzled over a fresh green salad.  
  • Drizzle over tomato halves and slow bake at 90°C for 2 hours.  Worth waiting for. 
  • Mix 1-2 Tbsp with roast vegetables.
  • Use as a marinade for chicken, beef or lamb.
  • Splash a little on cheesecake.
  • Pour 2 Tbsp over smoked salmon, allow to marinate and serve on crostini or crackers.

Mustard Balsamic Baked Chicken March 27, 2014 13:46

You can use any cut of chicken for this recipe, and bake some vegetables alongside for a super easy meal.  The bonus of not many dishes makes me smile every time I make it!



  1. In a bowl, combine the Seedy Mustard, Balsamic Drizzle / Vinegar, garlic, rosemary, lemon juice, and season to taste with salt and pepper.
  2. Slowly pour the olive oil in with the mixture while whisking.
  3. Place the chicken in a marinating container (glass or plastic; don’t use metal) and pour the mustard balsamic marinade on top. Place in the refrigerator or leave on the counter, covered, and marinate for about 30 minutes.
  4. Preheat your oven to 375 F.
  5. Transfer the chicken to a baking dish and empty the remaining sauce on top.
  6. Place in the oven and bake for 1 hour or until the chicken is cooked.
  7. Serve with roasted vegetables.

Credit to the creators of this recipe: Recipe adapted from www.paleoleap.com

Simple Steak Sauce July 10, 2013 12:24

A dollop of Olive Tapenade

A good glug of Manuka Smoke infused Balsamic Drizzle

Mix these two with a spoon using ratios to your desired consistency, I use about equal amounts of each, and drizzle this onto your steak.   I've always loved recipes like this, using the 'precise' measurements of a dollop and a glug!  

Enjoy your creative time in the kitchen!