Fire up the barbecue! Rich, sweet and smokey flavored balsamic vinegar is the only sauce you’ll need to keep them coming back for more!
Brush on grilled meats, drizzle over broiled vegetables, enhance baked beans, make a marinade or vinaigrette.
How do I use the Hickory Smoked on a pork tenderloin? Do I just brush it on before I cook it? Do I add anything to it? Do I need to reduce it?
Depending on how you are going to cook it:
– No need to reduce – reduction has already been done on it unless you would like it to be even thicker then you could reduce it even more, I would and have added some honey during the additional reduction to add more flavor and help thicken it.
Oven – Marinade it a in a zip-lock bag – just use enough to coat the tenderloin plus a little extra – I would do this hours before you are going to bake it – then bake, when done slice and drizzle the Hickory Balsamic over the top – Serve and enjoy – you can even use it a dipping sauce..
Grill / Smoker – Marinade it a in a zip-lock bag – just use enough to coat the tenderloin plus a little extra – I would do this hours before you are going to grill it – Start basting towards the end as you would BBQ Sauce – Serve and enjoy – again you can use as a dipping sauce as well.