White Distilled Vinegar Powder: Flavor Profile
Vinegar is a wondrous creation that has been waking tongues up for centuries. On its own, this mouth-watering powder doesn’t whisper. It shouts with a tart, sour flavor. You can reconstitute it (adding 1 part powder to 1 part water) and make liquid vinegar, or use the powder just as it is in a surprising variety of dishes.
Vinegar is widely used in cuisines around the world because of its innate gift for bringing bright flavor to anything it mingles with. Our white distilled vinegar powder is tangy and sour with just a hint of sweetness, which makes it the perfect ingredient for heightening flavor in so many delicious types of foods!
Most often used in European, Asian, and North American cuisines, white distilled vinegar is a very versatile ingredient that goes with just about everything. Except for ice cream. We use our balsamic powder for ice cream. (Trust us. You’ll love it!)
- Our gourmet white distilled vinegar powder is made with just two simple ingredients: white distilled vinegar and maltodextrin. Couldn’t be simpler.
- White distilled vinegar powder is great for adding a bit of tart to your cooking. It blends beautifully with dry seasoning mixes and adds tang to your marinades, soups and salad dressings. Try making your own salt and vinegar potato chips at home by blending Burma Spice vinegar powder with a pinch of salt.
- Our white distilled vinegar powder is made from premium vinegar, sealing in that sour, tart flavor you love while also pleasing the tip of your tongue with slightly sweet overtones. Be sure to add in very small quantities and taste for preference when using in your cooking or directly on finger foods. This powder is also great on kids’ snacks. (You’re welcome for the post-worthy puckered face kid pics.)
- Our products are all hand packed in our gourmet spice shop so they arrive at your door fresh and 100% pure, filled with the fresh flavors and quality you’ve come to love from Burma Spice. Test our customer satisfaction guarantee (or your money back), and then be prepared to fall in love.
Cooking with White Distilled Vinegar Powder
This mouth-watering powder is perfect for sprinkling over the top of your favorite snack foods and getting a rise out of your baked goods.
Our white distilled vinegar powder even comes to the rescue, saving foods that are about to go awry. Add a pinch of powder to your pickle brine that isn’t quite in pH balance, or stabilize your tricky meringue—voila! You’re a hero. (Well, technically the vinegar powder is the hero, but it’s humble and doesn’t mind you taking the credit.)
Here are some great ideas just to get your taste buds rolling:
Meat preservation: add white distilled vinegar powder the next time you boil or roast your meat. Your ribs, pot roasts, and stews will come out so tender and juicy that you’ll want to make them every week. You can also add to your chicken wings for loads of yummy flavor, and use it in your pickling brine.
Snacks: try adding white distilled vinegar powder to a bag of potato chips, along with a pinch or two of sea salt. Sprinkle over veggies, fries, or popcorn. Even kids like the sour flavor. Add in tiny amounts until you reach their preferred flavor strength. (Although, it is ever so fun to photograph their little sour faces and post to social media).
Baked goods: you might wrinkle your nose at the very thought of using sharp white vinegar in your cookies, cakes, or favorite breads. However, the vinegar performs a merry little dance with baking soda in your recipes, ultimately leading to the lifted consistency we all love in our baked treats. Our white distilled vinegar powder is great for vegan baking too, because it’s a natural substitute for buttermilk or eggs (along with a bit of baking soda).
Sauces, dressings, and dips: our vinegar powder is the natural choice for your salad dressing, but you can also create award-winning bean dip, BBQ sauces, and tasty hummus. Then we can debate at parties about who has the tastiest hummus among us. (See what we did there?)
Dry rubs and seasoning mixes: you might think this goes without saying, but white distilled vinegar powder and dry rub seasoning are a match made in heaven. Also, in the mid-Atlantic, crab lovers like to dip their crabmeat in white vinegar and then seasoning before popping it in their mouth.
Soups, stews, and chili: try vinegar powder in hot and sour soup, your next round of five-alarm chili (or three, or two—whatever floats your boat), and that tender stew that everyone requests the recipe for.
Glazes and marinades: for tender, juicy and flavorful ribs, chicken, or vegetables, try adding our white vinegar powder to your marinade. Or, next time you’re basting a turkey, add white vinegar powder to your mix. You can thank us later.
One last tip before you go: you can build a cool at-home volcano with your kids. The spewing, roiling “lava” action comes from mixing reconstituted white distilled vinegar with baking soda. Try it with your kids (or just the kid in you) and let us know how it went.