Top Rated Reduction Recipes

Balsalmic reduction comes in handy for almost all recipes. Add it to some salads or dip in some bread, and use this easy recipe to make it. 
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tarragon reduction
This simple recipe is one of the ingredients in a classic Béarnaise Sauce.
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Peach Salad
Get all your vitamins this summer from this delicious, colorful salad.This recipe is courtesy of The Comfort of Cooking.
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Grilled Watermelon Steaks
"Taking everyday ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, Maldon sea salt, freshly ground pepper, Balsamic Reduction Sauce and a sprinkle of feta make this a side dish winner!"- Jessica from Savory Experiments food blog.Check out her original recipe here!
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Grilled Corn and Figs with Balsamic Reduction
You probably have enjoyed grilled corn; you may or may not have tasted a grilled fresh fig. I’m almost sure, however, that you have never had them together in one dish. But when late summer brings them to market at the same time, I hope you will try this recipe. It’s a simple one to do ahead: you grill the corn on the cob and then grill the figs (they take barely a minute). You slice off the corn kernels, toss them with the figs, and serve the dish at room temperature.The golden vegetable and dark fruit are a great-tasting and pretty combination just as they are, but if you happen to have some balsamic drizzling sauce already made (or a bottle of balsamic vinegar to reduce), it’s definitely worth applying the final swirl of sauce. The acidic tang sets off the sweetness of all the sugars in the corn and figs, already intensified by the heat of the grill. You can use either a gas or a charcoal grill for this, but keep the fire moderate (and pay attention, especially with the figs) so the sugars are caramelized, not burned.Click here to see the rest of Lidia Bastianich's Independence Day menu.
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Citrus Relish Reduction for Fresh Oysters
Shuck some fresh, briny oysters for this citrus relish; an adaptation of a Bobby Flay Recipe from Josh Clauss at the Harvest Moon Shellfish Company. You can also serve fresh oysters with a cocktail sauce, vinaigrette, or even some spicy sriracha. This recipe is part of a larger story; click here to see the full story. Click Here to See More Relish Recipes
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Penne with Red Wine Reduction, Roasted Butternut Squash, and Asparagus with Parmigianino
Red wine not only pairs perfectly with pasta, but also serves as a great ingredient to cook your pasta in! Don’t want your wine to go to waste? This is a perfect solution! Plus, the antioxidants in the wine are believed to help prevent heart disease.
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Spicy and hearty this filet mignon recipe is sure to satisfy the steak and coffee connoisseur(s) in your life who want a little something different for dinner. 
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Foie Gras Terrine
This dish was served during the cocktail hour of the Foie Festival at Wilshire Restaurant. Served with candied kumquat and a toasted brioche, it was a simple yet elegant presentation of the dish foie gras terrine. For best results, make sure the foie gras is raised responsibly and of the highest quality.
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Pecans
A nutty, crunchy dish covered in a rich, flavorful sauce that’s perfect for a holiday dinner centerpiece.
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Apple-Cranberry Bread Pudding with Cider-Calvados Reduction
I don't know about you, but I can never resist the smell of bread pudding baking in the oven. It's one of those things that can drive you a little mad — and make you want to dig in before it's cooled down enough to eat. See all apple recipes. Click here to see Christmas Dinner: It's Not Thanksgiving Anymore.
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Carrot-Hoisin Reduction Sauce Recipe
This flavor-packed sauce is a perfect complement to Dirt Candy’s Carrot Buns, but can also be spooned over steamed rice, vegetables or chicken. - Yasmin Fahr Click here to see Dirt Candy's Vegetarian Carrot Buns Slide Show
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