**This post is made in collaboration with Nature’s Intent Apple Cider Vinegar. All content, ideas, and words are my own.**
This is definitely one of those dishes that you want to make as a big batch. It’s full of flavor: a little bit salty, sweet and tangy from the apple cider vinegar. It’s one I make often around here and when I do, the recipe is always doubled. The flavors get better overnight and my kids always fight over the last serving.
If you’re a purist, you’ll notice that I have made few modifications. Things like using granulated sugar over light brown sugar, add chicken broth for more sauce – because let’s face it – that’s everyone’s favorite part. Along with that, there’s cornstarch to give the sauce some added body. And if you can’t readily find fish sauce, use Worchestire.
Most importantly, swap out the standard vinegar for Nature’s Intent Apple Coder Vinegar. It’s less pungent so your dish won’t be overly tangy or sour. Along with that, Nature’s Intent ACV is raw, unfiltered and unpasteurized and made with the Mother— great for enhancing the flavor of my favorite dishes. It’s a difference you can see and taste. Next time you are at Ralph’s grocery store don’t forget to add it to your cart.
Now with the details out of way, grab your Dutch oven and let’s do this.