No one can deny the heart-healthy benefits of consuming a good quality olive, and why not make it more delicious with this olive oil bread dip. Anyone can make this restaurant-style olive oil bread dip which is great for entertaining or just for yourself. It’s so good and super easy to make. You can add more garlic for a garlicky bread dip or add more of your favorite herbs. It’s hard to go wrong on this one! You can even use a different infused olive oil instead of the suggested garlic olive oil. Perhaps try it with our Chipotle Olive Oil for a slightly smokey spicy flavor or even our popular Tuscan Herb Olive oil. To make it Dairy-free, you only need to withhold the Parmesan, and it’s still very flavorful.
Add to small bowl garlic, capers, oregano, rosemary, thyme, and grated cheese. Press and mix the ingredients and place the herb mixture on a dipping plate. Drizzle the olive oil on top. Add salt and pepper to taste. For a spicy olive oil bread dip, add crushed red pepper flakes. Serve with your favorite crusty bread. Enjoy!
Here is a fresh take on the classic caesar dressing usually made with anchovies, our fantastic Ceasar Lime Salad Dressing recipe. Capers are the perfect anchovy substitute for the saltiness that anchovies provide. The Persian lime olive oil is the essential ingredient for that nice lime flavor. The fresh limes are necessary for that sour touch, but you will find that the Persian lime olive oil gives it a superior lime taste. Combine the Ceasar lime dressing with chopped romaine lettuce and kale (for a healthier salad), toasted garlic olive oil croutons, and top with fresh grated Parmesan, and we have ourselves a new kind of caesar salad!
Whisk together mayonnaise, olive oil, and mustard in a small bowl. Then grind the capers in a small food processor or chop and smash with the back of a spoon. Add ground capers, garlic, caper juice, lime juice, salt, and pepper. Whisk well. Finally, stir in grated parmesan cheese.
Combine the dressing with chopped romaine lettuce until it’s mixed evenly. Feel free to add chopped kale as a healthier option. Toast baguette slices on both sides in a pan with Garlic Olive Oil and crumble on top of salad. Then add shaved parmesan. Feel free to add your favorite protein. Either with, it’s now ready to eat!
This is my Go To recipe for quick and easy garlic bread by substituting garlic olive oil for butter. You just need three ingredients; So Olive Garlic Olive Oil, your favorite bread, and dried parsley flakes. Grab a basting brush and brush the olive oil on the bread together with the dried parsley flakes, and pop it in the oven at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes.
While taking it out of the oven, smell that garlicky goodness, then slice, and enjoy. Yum!