One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Vinegar made from malted barley.‘sprinkle a little malt vinegar over the chips’
- ‘The fish and chips were first rate - deep-fried halibut, not greasy, with lots of hot chips and malt vinegar on the side.’
- ‘One of the best entrees on the menu is the fish and chips; light and crispy and served with a sharp malt vinegar.’
- ‘A little malt vinegar, a little tartar sauce, and some Heinz Ketchup and we were in a world of battered goodness.’
- ‘Give me fried clams with malt vinegar and I am one happy puppy!’
- ‘Top sellers include ribeye steak, and fish and chips served with malt vinegar and homemade tartar sauce.’
- ‘That was today's mission: malt vinegar for the fish & chips.’
- ‘On each table is a woven basket with bottles of malt vinegar, tomato sauce, Worcestershire sauce, HP sauce, Coleman's mustard and Tabasco.’
- ‘Place the flat bread on a plate, stuff with a handful of rocket, a tablespoon of soft cheese, and season with malt vinegar, lemon juice and black pepper.’
- ‘On the table are sauces and condiments, and the malt vinegar always goes down a treat with chips in my opinion.’
- ‘You should also soak for 30 minutes in a lukewarm bath that contains some ordinary table salt and two teaspoons of malt vinegar.’
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