Oh, my, this is amazing!!
Sharon, do you EVER have a recipe that isn't awesome? Didn't think so..I haven't found one yet.
This is going to be a staple for BBQ season--potatoes, veggies, salad dressings, meat--you name it! WOW!! Made for French Forum's Spice of the Month-Paprika.
UPDATE: This summer, I've used this oil with potatoes, corn on the cob, grilled chicken and hamburgers. All were top drawer because of the extra flavor. THX, Sharon. You rock!
Awesome! Still have another 6 days to go but it already has a lot of flavor. And I like the color too,it reminds me of chili oil.It's so pretty!
I dipped my finger in this and tasted it! Fantastic! I can't wait to try this on a host of things. Gifts are definitely in mind! *Made for ZWT4*
I made up a very small batch of this as a trial. I only let it sit for four days admittedly but I think it did well on infusing the flavor as it has been sitting in my hot kitchen instead of an air conditioned room. I used it to roast my asparagus and red/yellow bell peppers and it gave it a little push of flavor. I might consider making this for gifts in the future. Definitely going to use this for grilling this summer. I'm thinking grilled corn next. Made for my Babes for ZWT4.
I also made this to use with grilled veggies and today I am going to try it on some chicken also. Can't wait to taste the results on that!!!
Sharon I made this last weekend to use on grilled veggies this coming weekend. I be back to post my updated review later. Sure looks pretty.
I used some of this when grilling some lamb chops. I would never have thought of using paprika with lamb, but I love paprika, so why not! It was surprisingly tasty! I was serving the chops with mashed potatoes, so I also added a little of the oil into the potatoes while they were being mashed: really yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe, Sharon. As you said, it really can add an individual touch to recipes, and I look forward to deciding what else I'll use it with.
I made 1/4 of the recipe. It easy and nice and rich in color! Great in Chicken Paprikash.