PICK YOUR OIL

Garlic Fused

 

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Use to saute your favorite greens

Try with green beans, asparagus, kale, rapini, swiss chard and spinach. Try this simple yet delicious brussles sprout dish. Brown cubed bacon and onion in a pan. Set aside. Add garlic olive oil to the same pan and saute blanched and halved brussel sprouts until golden brown. Add bacon and onion to the pan for a few minutes. Season with salt and pepper.

 

2

Finish any grilled meat with a drizzle

Works beautifully on grilled steak, pork chops, lamb chops or grilled chicken breast.

 

3

Makes delicious garlic bread

Simply drizzle slices with the garlic olive oil and then grill in oven until golden brown. Season with flaked sea salt (eg. Maldon) and add another finishing drizzle. Try making a garlic olive oil butter to spread on bread for an easier application.

 

4

Wonderful with potatoes

Either add oil while mashing potatoes for flavourful mashed potatoes or drizzle over potato wedges before roasting in oven. Try making a garlic olive oil butter for BBQ potatoes!

5

Make a simple pasta sauce

Drizzle over cooked noodles. Add parmesean cheese, flaked sea salt (eg. Maldon) and fresh cracked pepper. Add chili flakes for a touch of heat. Serve.

 

Basil Fused

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Drizzle over top of your baked or grilled Mediterranean vegetables

Saute or bake your vegetables with this oil and if you love basil, add a fine finishing drizzle over top of the cooked vegetables. Pairs nicely with zucchini, peppers, tomatoes, and eggplant. For added flavour, garnish with large thin shards of Parmesan and flaked sea salt (eg Maldon).

 

2

A great way to finish pasta dishes

This oil works particularily well on most tomato-based pastas. Simply drizzle over your cooked noodles and top with sauteed cherry tomatoes, red onions, kalamata olives and freshly grated Parmesan, salt and pepper. Make a pasta salad by using fresh instead of sauted vegetables. Dress the salad, cover and let sit in the fridge for 2-3 hours before serving.

 

3

Amazing finish to fruit salad!

This oil pairs especially well with peaches, berries, apricots, pineapple and watermelon. Try dressing sliced peaches and thinly sliced red onion in a mixture of basil olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper.

 

4

 

Drizzle over your fish prior to cooking

This oil pairs well with fish like salmon, tilapia and swordfish. Try drizzling your salmon with basil olive oil, salt and pepper. Bake it in the oven till the outside is flakey but the inside is still slightly pink. Top with freshly diced tomatoes tossed in basil olive oil, salt and pepper.

5

Drizzle over your favourite sides

This oil will give your meal a Meditteranean flare. Try it on your favourite risotto, potato, quinoa, couscous or polenta dishes. Drizzle lightly as you won't need much!

 

Rosemary Fused

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Wonderful for roasting vegetables

Pairs well with potatoes, squash and zucchini. Simply drizzle on the veggies, season with salt  and pepper and roast in the oven.

 

2

Marinate meat like lamb, chicken, beef and pork

Try using 2 parts oil, 1 part dark balsamic vinegar, a couple cloves of garlic, 1 part soy sauce, 1 part dijon mustard.

 

3

Use as cooking oil when sauteeing mushrooms

A delicious combination is sauteed mushrooms in rosemary olive oil, shallots and white wine. Serve over cooked mashed potatoes, polenta or incorporate into a risotto.

 

4

Drizzle on grilled or roasted meats for a finishing touch of flavour

Sautee minced garlic in this oil until the garlic is slightly brown. Turn down the heat to low and add more oil. Gently warm the oil with the garlic. Drizzle over steak or lamb for a delicious finish. This oil works great with game meats as well.

5

Replace the vegetable oil or softened butter in baked goods

Try in your bread, foccoccia and  pizza dough recipes. Rosemary and culinary lavender are a must try in cookies. If you are replacing softened butter make sure to use the proper conversion.

 

Oregano Fused

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Great oil to use on fish dishes

Try drizzling the oil with some salt and pepper on fish prior to baking. Finish with a squeeze of lemon and some flaked salt (eg. Maldon) just before serving.

 

2

Use to dress tomato based dishes

Use to dress a simple tomato and onion salad. Use as cooking oil for making tomato sauces for pasta. Try drizzling this oil on tomato halves. Season with a moist sea salt and pepper and roast in the oven until just soft and caramelizing. Garnish with finely chopped parsley and serve alongside steak or fish fillet.

 

3

Drizzle over fresh cheeses like feta or goat cheese

Try stuffing crumbled feta into mushrooms. Top with bread crumbs. Season with salt and pepper and drizzle with oregano olive oil. Bake until tops are golden brown.

 

4

Drizzle over vegetables before roasting or mix into mashed vegetable dishes

Works well for roasting zucchini, asaparagus, tomatoes, eggplant, beets and squash. Replace the butter in you potatoe, cauliflower or white bean mash. You don't need much so start with less and add to desired taste and texture.

5

A great oil for browning  meat to put in Ragus and stews

Try cooking ground beef in this oil until browned. Add onions and tomato passata or puree and either stock or white wine. Let simmer slowly for 1 hour. Finish with cream for a rich and creamy Bolognese sauce to serve over cooked pasta, mashed potatoes or polenta. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley.

 

Blood Orange Fused

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Makes for a great dressing on green salads

Drizzle straight along with freshly squeezed lemon, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper. For a nice vinaigrette try whisking 3 parts blood orange olive oil, 1 part balsamic vinegar, 1 part dijon mustard, salt and pepper. Pairs especially well with baby spinach, goat cheese and walnuts.

2

  Replace the vegetable oil or softened butter in baked goods

Orange olive oil works great in muffin, pancake, crepe and sweet bread recipes that include chocolate, blueberries, nuts, seeds, cardamom and/or cinnamon.

 

3

Drizzle this oil on your vegetables for roasting or sauteing

This oil will help bring out the natural sweetness of the vegetables and pairs especially well with asparagus, green beens, spinach, kale and fennel.

 

4

Use as a cooking oil for seafood or fish

Try searing white fish, scallops or prawns in this oil or simply put a finishing drizzle on your seafood along with flaked salt (eg. Maldon) and fresh cracked pepper.

5

Use as part of a marinade for chicken or pork dishes

Works especially well for marinating chicken and then add to a stirfry with peppers, snow peas, green oinions and ginger.

 

Lemon Fused

1

Put a finishing drizzle over grilled vegetables

Pairs well with grilled zucchini, peppers and eggplant. Try serving these alongside feta cheese and black olives. Finish with a drizzle of lemon oil, flaked sea salt and fresh cracked pepper.

 

2

Use as a cooking oil for seafood or fish

Fantastic drizzled over fish, whether poached, baked or grilled. Finish with flaked salt, chopped parsley and fresh cracked pepper.

 

3

Saute robust greens with this oil

Pairs very well with swiss chard, kale and broccoli. You may add diced garlic to the pan to add extra flavour. Finish with another drizzle of the lemon olive oil, salt and pepper.

 

4

Replace the vegetable oil or softened butter in baked goods

Substitute softened butter or vegetable oil with lemon oil for moist and delicious desserts. Great for baking muffins, cake and brownies. Works great in recipes that include lavender, banana, apple, blueberries and/or cranberries.

5

Drizzle over salad

Try making a fresh greek salad with chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, cubed feta, Kalamata olives, wine vinegar and a generous drizzle of lemon olive oil. This oil is incredible with chick peas so add these to any salad to up the flavour.

 

Lime Fused

1

Use as part of a marinade

Pairs very well with chicken and shrimp. Try combining 2 parts lime oil, minced garlic, soy sauce, fresh cilantro, fresh chillies and minced ginger. Let chicken marinate for 1-2 hours then bake, fry or grill.

 

2

Add to cold summer side dishes like guacamole, potato salad and coleslaw

Try combining grated cabbage, carrots, thinly sliced apples and red onions. Toss in viniagrette made using 1 part lime oil, 1 part apple cider vinegar, honey, grainy mustard, salt and pepper to taste.

 

3

Makes a great dressing for salsas

Pairs best with the flavours of tomatoes, avocados, pineapple, watermelon, red onions, corn, cilantro and/or mango.

 

4

Drizzle over salads

Works especially well in salads containing avocado, mangos, shrimp and/or spinach.

5

Use as a cooking oil for seafood or fish

Amazing on white fish. Simply drizzle over fish with some salt and pepper. Bake, grill or fry the fish. Finish with another light drizzle of oil, flaked sea salt and fresh cracked pepper. Take the flavour up a notch and include coconut infused balsamic with the initial drizzle of oil before cooking.

Jalapeno Fused

 

1

A great addition to dips

Add to your tomato salsa, guacamole, bean dips and hummus. Mix the oil into the dip or simply add a finishing drizzle over top.  This oil has a good kick so a little goes a long way.

 

2

Use as a cooking oil for seafood or fish

Sear shimp, scallops or squid in the oil. Try adding garlic and fresh squeezed lime juice to the saute. Granish with fresh parsley or cilantro and flaked sea salt.

 

3

Make a jalapeno olive oil butter to spread on your corn on the cob or baked potatoes

Add flaked sea salt and fresh cracked pepper to finish. An amazing combination is to make an olive oil butter with equal parts jalapeno and garlic olive oil.

 

4

Wonderful drizzled over grilled meats

Add a finishing drizzle over burgers, steak, chicken or pork in the last minute of cooking. Try this Chimichurry dressing for your BBQ steak. Combine 1 part red wine vinegar, 1 part jalapeno oil, finely chopped shallot, fresh cilantro, flat leaf parsley and oregano. Season with salt and pepper.

5

Use as your cooking oil for egg dishes

Use in pan to make scrambled eggs and omlets. Put a finishing drizzle over your cooked eggs for added heat.

 

Black Truffle Oil

1

Use as a finishing oil on your potato dishes

Garnish your mashed potatoes by finishing with a drizzle of black truffle oil and chives. Before serving, toss roasted potatoes in a small amount of black truffle oil and then finish with shaved Parmesan cheese. Adding some garlic and rosemary to the potatoes before roasting compliments the taste of the Truffle oil deliciously.

 

2

Drizzle into your egg dishes

Whisk in a small amount of black truffle oil with your eggs and milk/cream for scrambled eggs.Drizzle over a mushroom and cheese omelette.

 

3

Drizzle over a BBQ’d steak right after coming off the grill

Add a small knob of butter for extra creaminess (optional) and finish with a flaked salt (such as Maldon) and fresh cracked pepper.

 

4

Garnish your vegetable soups with a finishing drizzle prior to serving

Some vegetables that pair well with black truffle oil are cauliflower, mushroom, asparagus, and butternut squash. Try drizzling over grilled or steamed vegetables for a quick and easy addition of flavour. Finish with a nice flaked salt and fresh cracked pepper.

5

Drizzle over cooked pasta, polenta or risotto

Parmeasan cheese, garlic, rosemary and mushrooms are all flavours that can be added to create an amazing dish.

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