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Bread Dip Herbed Mix Recipe

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Serving fresh baked bread does not always have to be accompanied with just butter. Try adding a new taste sensation to your meals with our Bread Dip and some warm crusty bread. Start the bread dipping trend amongst your friends, and get them raving about your great idea.

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Our Bread Dip is so versatile, it can also be used over pasta, salad, or even a pizza!

Full of flavor, our Bread Dip recipe can be used for more than just simple bread dipping. Use bread dipping oils and dipping sauces as a base for salad dressings or pasta condiments. Try it over grilled veggies for a new taste explosion, or drizzle it over homemade bruschetta for an authentic touch. There really is no limit to what you can use bread dipping oils for.

Serving Suggestions for Herbed Olive Oil Bread Dipping Mix:

Drizzle over pasta salad before tossing for a wonderful flavor. Place bread dipping oil in a pan as you roast root vegetables. It also provides a wonderful marinade for beef, chicken, lamb and pork.

Herbed Bread Dip Mix Recipe

Recipe produces 1 cup Ingredients:

2 tablespoons crushed red pepper
2 tablespoons black pepper
2 tablespoons dried oregano
2 tablespoons dried rosemary
2 tablespoons dried basil
2 tablespoons dried parsley
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons minced garlic
2 teaspoons salt

Directions:
Grind all ingredients together to create the base. To transform into bread dipping oil, simply add 1 tablespoon to an olive oil dipping dish before pouring extra virgin olive oil over the mixture. Blend on low speed in you blender unitil well mixed together, and your Bread Dip is ready to go.

Some comments regarding the Herbed Bread dipping Sauce:

This never fails to impress and is a great hostess gift. I have made a double batch of the mixture and given it as a gift, along with a homemade loaf of bread and a bottle of quality extra virgin olive oil.We made a bulk batch and served it with cubed french bread, as it we felt it was the perfect accompaniment to the Italian meal we served. We were asked all night for the recipe. Even better, we made the dipping oil a couple of days before the party, and the flavor was simply amazing.  

Absolutely the BEST dipping oil I have ever come across. I don’t only use it for bread dipping, it forms the base for my homemade chicken artichoke pizza. I also use it in place of Italian seasonings. A wonderful recipe. Simple and quick appetizer, there is never any Bread Dip left at the end of the evening. I wanted to know the ingredients from Carabba’s. I used this recipe as my contribution to a dinner I attended and everyone was impressed. If you need to use the dipping oil immediately after making it, simply place into the microwave for about 10 seconds. Heating allows the flavors to blend immediately into the oil. Also, consider adding some fresh Parmesan cheese to the recipe in place of using salt.

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3 Responses to “Bread Dip Herbed Mix Recipe”

  1. Nate
    February 26th, 2008 12:37
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    Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and diet without compromising on flavour and choice is something most of us are trying to achieve. In Italy the simple practice of dipping freshly baked bread into extra virgin olive oil laced with balsamic vinegar and sprinkled with herbs is truly inspired. With the ready availability of Mediterranean products such as Ciabatta and Foccacia bread it has never been easier. Or, as an alternative, try French baguette and Sourdough, which also work just as well. This is perfect for sharing with friends at the start of a meal.

  2. international tv online
    January 22nd, 2010 14:49
    2

    hey thank you for all the great recipe

  3. Penelope
    January 9th, 2011 17:21
    3

    How much oil do I add to the one tablespoon of mix? I can not wait to try it : )

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