This infused olive oil is the perfect example of adding robust garlic flavor through an olive oil wherever garlic is required. Imagine smelling the aroma of a freshly peeled garlic clove diced into small pieces. Garlic olive oil is the essential finishing oil in many Mediterranean dishes. Use in making eggs, marinades, roasting vegetables, bread dipping, or as part of an olive oil and vinegar dressing for salads.
Our garlic is all made with a flavor that contains trace derivatives of actual garlic. In that regard, less than one percent is in the finished product. The natural flavors that we use are a super-concentrated essence that is diluted into a neutral oil, then added to our olive oil.
VINEGARPAIRINGS: Asian Blackberry Balsamic, Espresso Bean Balsamic, Oregano Balsamic, Sicilian Lemon Balsamic, Thyme Balsamic, 12 Year White Balsamic, 18 Year Traditional Balsamic
Combine with 18 Year Traditional or Oregano balsamic for an olive oil and vinegar salad dressing.
Use alone or with any Fustini’s balsamic for roasting vegetables or bread dipping.
Combine with Asian Blackberry balsamic for meat marinades.
Mix with Espresso Bean balsamic for a wild game marinade.
Make crostinis by spread bread slices on a sheet tray, drizzle with Garlic oil and toast in the oven.
Cook your Thanksgiving turkey on a pellet grill or in the oven with whatever spices you wish. Carve the turkey and put the meat in a crockpot with the white meat at the bottom. Add enough of this olive oil to it make sure you can see a small amount on the bottom, and then set on keep warm while you are working on the rest of the food. Let it soak in for an hour or two and then serve. The garlic in this olive oil will combine with your spices to create an amazing flavor, and the olive oil will make the meat very juicy. Best turkey I have ever had.
Reviewed by Devin Woelzlein on Nov. 19, 2019, 8:15 p.m.
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I love garlic and look forward to cooking recipes that involve garlic in some way, shape, or form. Most often, I use this evoo for cooking pasta and for tossing with green beans before roasting them with a bit of rosemary.
Reviewed by anonymous on June 15, 2020, 3:15 p.m.