Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Pear Ginger Infused Vinegar
This decadent Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Pear Ginger Infused Vinegar is of great use when you need to flavor a meal or season some food. They are an ideal salad dressing and cocktail mixers. Instead of a slow infusion process, the vinegar is infused under the pressure of nitrous oxide gas in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser. The fresh, wholesome pears used to prepare this vinegar add a thicker consistency, a vibrant color, a touch of sweetness, and rich, fruity aromas. The average acidity of this vinegar is about 6%. Hand-cut fresh, ripe pears infused in the white wine vinegar with peppery, fresh ginger makes a great base for many recipes. A grilled chicken with a marinade from pear ginger-infused vinegar will simply taste awesome. Blue cheese and walnut salad or a simple cucumbers salad will taste great with this fruity concoction.
But do you know about shrub? No, it’s not about the bush in your garden. The shrub is a fruity syrup with vinegar as a base. You can make tangy, refreshing drinks by infusing the seasonal fruits in your favorite vinegar. Here is an easy recipe for pear and ginger-infused vinegar.
⦁ Whipped Cream Canister
⦁ Whipped Cream Charger
- Pears – 2
- Ginger – 2-inch piece
- Rice wine vinegar – 1 ½ cups
- Keep the rice wine vinegar at room temperature or a bit warmer.
- Peel the ginger and then grate it.
- Wash and pat dry the pears, core them and chop them into coarse pieces.
- Place all three ingredients in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
- Seal the dispenser and charge it with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger.
- Shake the cream whipper for 20 to 30 seconds to infuse the recipe with nitrous oxide and let it rest on a counter for one minute.
- Vent the cream whipper by covering the top with a towel. Open it and wait for the bubbling to stop.
- Strain the vinegar and fill it in a labeled glass bottle.
- Use apple cider vinegar instead of rice wine vinegar if the recipe is intended for making a “Pear Ginger Shrub."
The use of Pear Ginger Infused Vinegar as a Shrub:
Once the New Year festivities are over, most of us promise ourselves that we will abstain from alcohol for a while. This promise does not mean that you have to stay away from all the flavorful, complex drinks. With their sweet and sour flavor notes, Shrubs are a sophisticated substitute for a glass that contains boozy drinks.
For making a delicious yet revitalizing non-alcoholic drink, simply combine juicy pears with spicy ginger and infuse them with the tart apple cider vinegar. The best thing is that you can customize the concoction to entice your taste buds.
The shrub is a traditional way of preserving fruits with the help of vinegar, which has evolved into the creation of ultimately satisfying drinks. The fruit-infused vinegars are now commonly used as a base for cocktails or simply topped with seltzer or club soda. These sorts of drinks that contained fruity vinegar date back to hundreds of years and originated from Turkey.
Shrubs most often are not boozed with alcohol. However, their increasing use in cocktails has made them more and more familiar to the modern world. Shrubs are valued for their complex sweet and sour flavors and distinct fruity aromas. All around the world, these complex drinks are consumed in one way or another depending on the culture and traditions.
How to make and serve a shrub?
Here is a simple way of serving a shrub;
- Take glasses of your choice and add some ice.
- Pour two tablespoons of pear ginger-infused vinegar.
- Pour one tablespoon of simple syrup.
- Add a chilled topping – club soda, seltzer, tonic, flavored bubbly water.
- Adjust the ratio if you prefer a sweeter or sourer shrub until it perfectly matches what you want.
What kind of pears is ideal for infusion?
During winters, you will see those gold foil-covered pears that are abundant and easily available at a reasonable price. This is the best time for getting more creative with pears and using them in shrubs and cocktails.
You can either use a juicer and sweeter pears like Comice or Bartlett or the crispier Concorde. It is better to use fully ripe pears than at this stage; vinegar has maximum sweetness. Therefore you will get a less tart and sweeter shrub naturally.
Love vinegar? Make sure to try our Nitrous Infused Thyme Vinegar! The herbal essences are unmatched.