Miriam’s Balsamic Strawberries

Myr and Jan went to a pot-luck at Pie Ranch yesterday (Hey, for them this is work). Myr’s contribution the meal was Balsamic Strawberries. These are good all by themselves, but they can also go equally well on a mesclun salad or vanilla ice cream.

Karl’s Quick Variation of Miriam’s Balsamic Strawberries

Karl’s Quick Variation of
Miriam’s Balsamic Strawberries

Miriam’s Balsamic Strawberries

Ingredients

3 baskets organic strawberries
¾ cup good balsamic vinegar
½ Tbs. brown sugar

Directions

1. Sliced or quarter the strawberries and put them in a medium mixing bowl.

2. Gently stir in the vinegar and sugar.

3. Marinate the berries for at least two hours.

Note: Keeps unrefrigerated for eight hours or refrigerated for two weeks.

Karl’s Quick Variation of Miriam’s Balsamic Strawberries

I did not want to wake up Myr this morning when I decided to make her strawberries. I only had Jan’s glowing description of how good it was and what went into it. This was my take on the recipe from that limited information.

Ingredients

1 basket organic strawberries
½ Tbs. good balsamic vinegar
1 tsp. brown sugar

Directions

1. Sliced the strawberries and put them in a small mixing bowl.

2. Gently stir in the vinegar and sugar.

3. Marinate the berries for at least 10 minutes.

Note: Refrigerate?! They aren’t going to last that long.

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Filed under Breakfast, Desserts & Treats, Vegan, Vegetarian

2 responses to “Miriam’s Balsamic Strawberries

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