Tips from the Chef

1. Chicken with Sherry Vinegar by Noelia Fuentes

Add a generous splash of Sherry Vinegar when grilling chicken breast fillets to give them a boost of flavour.

You’ll love the aroma it adds to grilling!

2. Cooked fish roe by Stella Puerta

To avoid hake roe from rupturing while boiling, don’t forget this important tip: when the water starts to boil, add a splash of Sherry Vinegar, it’s practically fail-proof!

3. Carpaccio

Add a delightful touch to your carpaccio by topping it with a spoonful of olive oil and Pedro Ximénez Sherry Vinegar dressing. Whether it’s salmon, beef or tuna carpaccio…the result is absolutely amazing.

4. Sweeter strawberries

After cleaning and cutting up your strawberries, try adding a bit of sugar and drizzling them with some Sherry Vinegar. Then let them macerate for at least an hour and…you’ll be dazzled by the deliciousness!

5. Batter-fried fish

To give your batter a crunchy and juicy texture, just add a few drops of Gran Reserva Sherry Vinegar to the egg batter. When frying, the result is surprisingly fluffier.

6. Leche frita (fried milk custard)

For unbeatable presentation and flavour, make an infusion by reducing Sherry Vinegar to 10% with some crushed peppercorns. Then prepare a honey-based caramel and add the infusion. Serve as a base under leche frita.

7. Roast chicken

Add some white wine and a few drops of Sherry Vinegar when roasting chicken for a different, delicious twist!

8. Sautéed mushrooms

After you sautée mushrooms with garlic, add a few drops of Sherry Vinegar to the frying pan for an instant flavour boost!

9. Lentils

A few drops of Gran Reserva Sherry Vinegar added to lentil stew makes it even more delicious!

10. Roast lamb

A useful tip to make your roast lamb even tastier: once the meat begins to turn golden brown, add half a cup of Sherry Vinegar and continue roasting in the oven until the meat is tender.

11. Breaded aubergines

For a special touch to breaded aubergines, add a dash of Pedro Ximénez Sherry Vinegar to the beaten egg before dredging the aubergines in flour. You’ll be absolutely amazed by the results!