Infused Olive Oils are an incredible addition to any kitchen. Splash some on your pasta dishes, drizzle a light coating on your salads as a salad dressing, or simply dip a chunk of crusty baguette straight into the unfiltered oil. It’s all mouthwatering and delicious.
Here are 5 irresistible Infused Olive Oil flavors perfect for any occasion.
Rosemary Infused Olive Oil is great for dipping, but also delicious on meat when you want to add a little herby interest without being overwhelming.
The delicious flavor is subtle enough to enhance the meat without overpowering it.
Made with fresh wild Rosemary crushed with fresh, certified organic early harvest Chetoul olives using 100% mechanical cold extraction methods.
This Herb Infused Olive Oil embodies the heart and soul of rosemary. It is both complex and aromatic. Use anywhere rosemary might be used. Amazing with pork or lamb.
It pairs delicious with parmesan. Try it on a caprese salad with shaved Parmesan cheese, drizzled with basil olive oil.
Add a little heat to any dish without overpowering the flavors by infusing harissa hot peppers into your Olive Oil jar.
This infusion is best made by softening the chilis over low heat in a small saucepan before adding them to the oil bottle.
Most popular in North Africa and the Middle East, Harissa is made with chili peppers (often smoked), garlic, caraway, coriander and cumin, which are pounded into a paste and left overnight to develop its flavors.
Garlic cloves make the perfect dipping oil, and garlic-infused olive oil packs an array of health benefits.
The traditional blend of rich roasted garlic and exquisite olive oil brought to a new level. It has the essence of fresh garlic added. It is so rich; it tastes like slow roasted garlic and is sure to satisfy all Garlic Lovers!
Garlic Infused Olive Oil is one great gift. Use it in place of an Italian dressing in a salad.
Make a bright, tangy oil that is a perfect addition to any salad. The lemon peel adds a beautiful depth and flavor to the oil that tastes just like you’re on the coast of Italy in your own kitchen.
Its light, refreshing flavor is just ideal to saute shrimp or scallops in or to drizzle on chicken or fish.