Fustini's Oils and Vinegars

Spicy Korean Balsamic (White)

Gochujang is a traditional Korean fermented red chili paste that we have transformed into a wonderfully unique vinegar! A powerful kick of fermented heat is followed by a subtle sweetness. You’re going to love using our spicy, savory and sweet balsamic in all of your Asian- inspired dishes and more! Drizzle it into stir-frys, pickle vegetables or even splash over crispy fried chicken.

OIL PAIRINGS

Gremolata olive oil, Garlic olive oil, Meyer Lemon olive oil, Persian Lime olive oil, Blood Orange olive oil, Chipotle olive oil or any SELECT olive oil

IDEAS
  • Mix with soy sauce and wasabi for your new favorite sauce for sushi.
  • An interesting component to add to a ceviche marinade
  • Sauté pork chops and deglaze the pan with a splash of Spicy Korean balsamic.
  • Combine with a citrus olive oil for mango salsa.
  • Add to cooked rice for a spicy kick.
  • Use with Persian Lime olive oil for a zippy cole slaw dressing.
  • Add to your favorite stir-fry of Asian-inspired sauce.

Contains natural occurring sulfites
Imported from Modena, Italy

Recipes using Spicy Korean Balsamic

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Customer Reviews

  1. We love this!

    We bought this Spicy Korean Balsamic Vinegar when we were in Michigan last year. My entire family loves it! We put it on rice, with stir-fry, on chicken. Have to order more for delivery now!

    Reviewed by anonymous on April 26, 2020, 12:33 p.m. | Permalink

    1 of 1 customer found this useful

  2. Essential ingredient for Korean Stir Fry Dish

    I make a Korean stir fry and this vinegar is amazing to season it! Saute thinly sliced onions, 2 cloves chopped garlic, 1 tbsp fresh ginger minced, lots of shredded cabbage and thin sliced (i use julienne tool) carrots, zucchini, and optional pea pods, mushrooms in a little vegetable oil on high. Add a little sesame oil as it cooks. When almost done season sprinkle generously with the Korean vinegar, a little soy sauce, a pinch of sugar if it needs it, adjust season until get it just right ...serve over brown rice noodles.

    Reviewed by Anne on Jan. 31, 2021, 7:27 p.m. | Permalink

    1 of 1 customer found this useful

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