What is it?
Made from rice, this vinegar is often used in sauces that accompany dumplings. Red vinegar is light in hue and has a delicate, mildly acidic taste with a subtle hint of sweetness. It pairs well with seafood and sweet-and-sour dishes.
How to prep:
Red vinegar is widely available in Asian markets.
Serve this tangy sauce with Chinese Pork and Shrimp Dumplings or Duck and Shiitake Dumplings. You can find Chinese black and red vinegar at an Asian market.