Balsamic Vinegar healthy? This is a very interesting question and we have the answer. The balsamic vinegar, thanks to its properties, can be associated with diets and of course, different healthy recipes.
One of them is a delicious vegan recipe: the savory pie with carrots cooked in balsamic vinegar and thyme. Curious to learn how to cook this appetizing recipe? Keep on reading!
1 roll of rectangular vegan puff pastry, 4 long enough carrots, Some thyme sprigs, 2 tablespoons of original Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI
1 teaspoon of rice syrup (or rice malt), Salt and extra virgin olive oil
Peel the carrots and cut each into four cylinders long about 4 cm. Heat the oil in a frying pan with thyme, and when it’s hot, skip the carrots for ten minutes, adding a pinch of salt. Add rice syrup and flavor with Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI. Let it boil for a couple of minutes, turn off the flame and let it cool. Then place the pasta with the long side towards you. Cut it in half with a horizontal cut and then apply vertical cuts to get 4 cm wide pasta strips: you should get 16 stripes in this way. Roll each piece of carrot into a strip of pasta and place on a baking sheet cooked with oven paper. With a brush, paint the surface of each rustic with the seasoning of the carrots remaining in the pan, and decorate with thyme leaves. Bake in a static oven at 200 ° C for 20-25 minutes until the leaf is gilded. Fry and serve hot or at room temperature.
I suggest you to preserve them one day off the fridge on a tray covered with a clean cloth or foil paper. Moreover, instead of the puff pastry you can use the dough for pizza, for a more delicious result.
So, is the original Balsamic Vinegar of Modena healthy? The answer is absolutely yes.