If you really like cooking, you need to prepare suitable seasonings for every kind of meal you make. Every cooking master has different recipe of his best dishes, so it can show characteristic of the taste made by creative idea of such master. One kind of cooking process that is practiced by many cooking experts is marinating. This process includes the immersion of specific kind of food in the seasoned liquid. The seasoned liquid is often called marinades.
People can use marinades to add specific flavor to some kind of food; typically meat. It is kind of acidic liquid with additional flavor. People can make such kind of liquid from specific ingredients. The most common things often used for making marinades are vinegar, wine and citrus juices. These ingredients can add more aromas in addition to the acidic taste. Vinegar often becomes the main part to add acidic flavor on marinades and there are several kinds of vinegar that can be used for vinegar. If you are interested to make your own marinades, you may concern what kind of vinegar should you use in marinades? Here are some examples of vinegar that you can use for your marinades.
First option is white wine vinegar. You can use such kind of vinegar for making classic vinaigrette that is suitable for salad dressing. Other choice is red wine vinegar. This kind of vinegar has stronger taste than white wine vinegar, so you can use it if you prefer marinades with rich flavors. Other kind of vinegar that you can use for your marinades is Dark Balsamic Vinegar. This kind of vinegar is really useful to sustain special dishes as the rich flavors it has make such dishes become more tasteful. No wonder such kind of vinegar considered as the most expensive vinegar available today. You can use it to add flavor on your salad (especially tomato salad), pasta, or roasted vegetables.