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5 ways to use apple cider vinegar from Highbank Orchards

Highbank Orchard Organic Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother. is Raw, Unpasteurized & Unfiltered. This delicious vinegar is made only from Highbank Orchards Organic Cider apples. Here are 5 recipes that feature Highbanks organic apple cider vinegar.

Here are 5 recipes that make the most of this local treasure.

Honey Garlic Chicken

This is a delicious 12-minute chicken breast recipe with a magic 5 ingredient Honey Garlic Sauce. This is a terrific, quick dinner that uses a few pantry staples to make a delicious meal, a perfect family dinner for busy nights.

Roast Pork with Apple Cider Vinegar & Rosemary

Pork loves apples, and the slightly sweet flavour of unpasteurised apple cider vinegar makes a superb gravy for this roast pork.

A delicious simple, comforting roast with real crackling – it’s deceptively simple to make

Salt & Vinegar Roasted Potatoes

By pre-steaming and crushing slightly with a fork, these roasted baby potatoes develop and incredibly crispy outer layer, the addition of a course sea salt and apple cider vinegar makes an amazing accompaniment to any roast dinner.

Spicy Apple Cider Vinegar Pork Tacos

Another delicious recipe that pairs Highbank apple cider vinegar with roast pork. This pulled pork shoulder takes 8 hours in a slow cooker but the tender spicy pork is well worth the wait.

Vegan Chocolate Cake

The Best Vegan Chocolate Cake- A quick and easy recipe, made in 1 bowl! This really is the best chocolate cake ever, vegan or otherwise. It’s super moist, rich and full of chocolate.

It is no secret that Highbank’s apple Cider Vinigar is an extremly versitile syrup and is dam tasty too! We hope that some of these ways to use it will bring out the inner chef and let you being to start exploring new Ingredients that help support our local producers! Top tip – salt and vinigar roasted potatoes are among my top picks! 

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