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Avocado Blood Orange Oil
Sauté scallops, brush on chicken or fish to grill. Good for baking too. Switch out this blood orange avocado oil for the vegetable oil in the recipe on the brownie box for a wonderful blood orange brownie.
Avocado Garlic Oil
Great for sautéing vegetables or breakfast potatoes. Brush on steaks or chicken for high temperature grilling. Great for marinades too.
Avocado Lemon Oil
With a high smoke point, this is great for sautéing items such as scallops, shrimp, white fish and salmon. Could be used with a load of freshly ground pepper, sea salt and garlic for a fantastic Lemon Pepper Chicken.
Avocado oil is relatively new to the culinary world. Like olive oil, avocado oil is pressed from the pulp surrounding the pit. It is great for sautéing or frying as it has an unusually high smoke point. As for health benefits, it is high in monounsaturated fats and vitamin E.
Grapeseed oil is a very versatile oil due to its moderately high smoke point. Not only is it great to use for cooking, such as sautéing and stir-frying, it’s also a nice light, clean oil to use in dressings. You can also use grapeseed oil for baking.
Roasted Walnut Oil
Our roasted walnut oil is produced in France. It is light in color and delicate in flavor and scent, with a nutty quality.
Toasted Sesame Ginger Garlic Oil
Great for Asian dumplings! Once cooked, toss with oil and sauté the dumplings until crispy and flavorful. Toss chicken wings with teriyaki sauce and pan fry with this oil to kick up the flavor a notch.
Toasted Sesame Lemongrass Ginger Oil
Combine with fish sauce, soy sauce, lime juice and sugar for a savory Asian salad dressing. Use cucumber, cilantro, toasted peanuts or cashews, red peppers and onions in the salad. Top a chicken breast or pan-seared salmon fillet with the toasted sesame lemongrass ginger oil.
Toasted Sesame Oil
Sesame seed oil has a high proportion (41%) of polyunsaturated (Omega-6) fatty acids and is also a great source of anti-oxidants. It is often used as a flavor enhancer in Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Korean, and Southeast Asian cuisine. Great for stir frying of meats, vegetables or even an omelet.