Making an Infused Olive Oil is simple.
The health and culinary benefits of Infused Oils make them a great choice for infusing.
The Infused Oilspecialist recommends that you choose a neutral-flavored oil like canola or safflower if the flavoring is not compatible with olive oil (such a basil).
Oil can be affected by flavors, which can alter the pH and add more particles.
Oils in nuts and other products can quickly go bad, so it is important to keep the oil refrigerated. Botulism is also possible.
It is also important to evaporate all moisture. A long time processing of other ingredients can make the flavor bitter or even cause it to be destroyed.
Use this procedure to eliminate botulism risks in any Infused Olive Oil
Once the olive oil has been prepared, you can use it over many dishes, such as soups, pastas, and entrees.