Meat Tenderizer and Marinade
A mixture of one-half cup of white, cider or wine vinegar added to a cup of liquid bouillon makes a great marinade base.
Too Sweet? Too Salty?
To rescue a recipe that tastes too sweet or too salty after you’ve mixed the ingredients, try adding a dash of Heinz® White Vinegar. It may save the day.
To revive vegetables that look a little tired and wilted, soak them in one quart of cold water and a tablespoon of Heinz® White Vinegar.
Fresh Air - Naturally
In addition to adding flavor to your meal, leave a bowl of Heinz® distilled white vinegar on your counter while cooking to remove all cooking odors. Works great when cooking fish!
You can enhance the flavor of your favorite grilled fish dishes by adding a dash of Heinz® White Vinegar. For firmer, whiter fish, soak your favorite filet or seafood steak for 20 minutes in one quart of water and two tablespoons of vinegar.
When a recipe calls for buttermilk and you don’t have any on hand, just add a tablespoon of Heinz® White Vinegar to a cup of milk.
Easy Hard Boiled Eggs
Adding two tablespoons of Heinz® White Vinegar per quart of water before boiling eggs will prevent cracking, and the shells will peel off faster and easier when they’re done.
Fluffy White Rice
For fluffier, great-tasting rice, just add a teaspoon of white vinegar to the boiling water. Your rice will be easier to spoon out and less sticky.