6 Reviews

We LOVED this recipe! It tastes fantastic and is so easy to make! I had never made a dipping oil with sundried tomato paste but it absolutely made this dish, so I was probably a bit generous with the paste! Mine sat for about 24 hours before being used. I'll make this very often! Made for ZWT7.

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Shuzbud May 30, 2011

When I first made this and tasted it I was not impressed. But after sitting for a few hours the flavors blended together and it was very good. I often substitute fresh rosemary for the dry and I always make it the day before now. Thanks for the recipe.

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sheri December 18, 2010

GREAT TASTING & EXTREMELY EASY TO MAKE! Served this with slices of both sourdough bread & a whole wheat bread from Costco that we like, & both were very satisfying! Yet another very nice dip that I can add to my finger food counter from now on! [Tagged, made & reviewed as a recipenap in the current Vegetarian/Vegan Recipe Swap 16]

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Sydney Mike November 05, 2009

Very nice oil. I added more of everything and sat it overnight, as suggested by others.

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rosslare March 24, 2016

We loved it! Our guests raved over it! I used plain tomato paste because I couldn't find any sun-dried and it turned out fine. Thank you for the recipe!

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Zach's Mom 2000 October 31, 2011

I scaled this recipe down and used sourdough bread to dip. I ended up just placing the bread in the bowl and swirling it around to soak up every last drop! Yum! Thanks. Made for Zaar World Tour 2011 by a Food.Commando.

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Sharon123 June 03, 2011
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