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    Make Your Own Flavored Oils

    JoyfulCook
    Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:58 am
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    This recipe has multiple infused oils to prepare its great!

    Infused Oils




    Lemon Spice Infused Oil
    Garlic-Infused Oil and Dipping Sauce
    Pizza Infused Oil

    This sounds great!
    SZECHUAN PEPPER OIL

    ingredients:
    1/2 cup sesame oil
1/2 cup peanut oil
3 red chili peppers

    directions:
    Heat oil in wok until moderately hot. Add chili peppers and cook over medium or low heat until the oil becomes red. 

Cool and store in covered jar in the refrigerator. Use as seasoning or dip.




    Rosemary Infused Oil
    Italian Infused Oil
    A No-Nonsense Lemon Oregano Infused Olive Oil

    Flavored olive oils and dressings make great gifts but watch out; there are safe and unsafe ways to make infused olive oil. The unsafe way is to put anything in the oil that contains any trace of water or moisture. That would include garlic, lemon peel, fresh peppers, fresh herbs and spices. The oil will not support bacterial growth but the water containing herbs will.
    Mix all the ingredients, refrigerate them and use them within a week:
This is the best way if you are using fresh ingredients such as fresh basil, fresh rosemary or garlic.
    Garlic is ideal for adding to pasta dishes, that you can then top with a little grated dry cheese.

    Fill a decorative 1-litre bottle with extra virgin olive oil. Add a clean head of garlic (whole if desired), and leave to marinade for a few days. You can also use lemon peel, fresh or dried peppers, ginger, rosemary sprigs, etc. Alternatively, you can use a recipe for Italian salad dressing but cut down on the vinegar or lemon juice.

    Cardamom Infused Oil
    Herbs De Provence Infused Olive Oil
    Infused Olive Oil - Several
    Infused Oil for Grilling Meat
    Infused Horseradish Oil

    Do you have any favorite infused oil recipes - if you do please come and share them here with us.
    Sharon123
    Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:30 pm
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    JoyfulCook
    Wed Mar 20, 2013 9:14 am
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    Those look great thanks so much Sharon for posting, I am going to go back and take my time browsing through them all
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