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Olive Oil Bread Dipping With Bread And Custom Dipping Dishes

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

This blend makes a flavorsome bread dipping appetizer perfect for every occasion. It is very quick and easy to prepare. Simply mix the dried ingredients together with extra virgin olive oil and enjoy the delectable taste with your favorite soft bread. This Bread Dipping Herb Blend can also be used as spices to enhance your pasta sauces and Italian recipes.

 

 

Directions:
Hand Blend 1 Teaspoon of each of the following ingredients:

Parsley, Oregano, Basil, Rosemary, Thyme, Garlic powder, Onion powder, Sea Salt, Black Pepper
Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
1/4 – 1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Serve by pouring the mixture into individual Olive Oil Bread Dipping Dishes and enjoy with fresh warm thickly cut bread.

You can find these elegantly swirl design stoneware Dipping Dishes online at Cruets.com. They are very affordable and make a perfect gift for any occasion as well.

You can experiment with the different seasonings to create a unique flavor. You can alter the oil’s flavor by rotating the herbs. You can also substitute fresh, minced garlic instead of garlic powder or grind fresh black pepper into your sauce. You can also add fresh ground Parmesan cheese to the dip for a new flavor. Varying the type of breads for dipping will also enrich the flavor of the sauce. For best results, be sure to serve the olive oil immediately.

Bread And Olive Oil In A Dipping Dish: A Healthy Heart Appetizer

Tuesday, January 08th, 2013

How Can Bread, Olive Oil, Bread Dipping, And Dipping Dishes Lead To A Better And Healthy Heart?

A renowned New York surgeon, Dr. Oz, recommends eating a small amount of 100 % whole grain bread dipped in extra virgin olive oil before eating dinner to promote heart health. The basis is that the 100 percent whole grain bread provides fiber, which Dr. Oz says, “slows the movement of food through your stomach.” In addition to the added flavor and moisture of the olive oil to what is considered “bland food,” the extra virgin olive oil is very rich in Antioxidants and Vitamin E.  Dr. Oz claims that the combination of 100% whole grain bread and extra virgin olive oil together, gives “wonderful nutrition to feed the liver,” and reduces your risk of heart attack and diabetes.
Because of the tremendous health benefits of 100 % whole grain bread and extra virgin olive oil, this before dinner appetizer makes an outstanding h’ordeuvres.

BREAD DIPPING DISHES

Having the appropriate dish specially made to hold your extra virgin olive oil is a gourmet delight.
Cruets.com also offers Olive Oil Dipping Dishes made of quality custom stoneware that is elegantly designed just for bread dipping. You can also purchase a set of four dishes with a special blend of the Italian Bread Dipping Herbs and Spices together as a set for your dinner table or an ideal Gift that most everyone will enjoy!

BREAD DIPPING HERBS AND SPICES

Now you can enjoy healthy bread dipping just as you would in your favorite Italian restaurant! With a healthy blend of Italian herbs and spices available at Cruets.com, you can add a heaping spoonful of this to your extra virgin olive oil to kick-it-up-a-notch! It’s great to have a delicious bread dipping seasoning on hand as it can turn your healthy appetizer into a gourmet delight.

THE BREAD

The bread recommendation is 100 percent whole grain. Whole grains provide healthy antioxidants and B vitamins and should contain the seed of one or more grains such as wheat, barley, rye, oats, or brown rice. It is recommended that adults should consume approximately six to eight ounces of grains per day.  At least half of those grains should be of whole grains. One slice of bread is the equivalent of one ounce of the daily grain recommendation.

When purchasing bread, be sure to read the ingredients label on the back to check the ingredients. The first ingredient mentioned should be a whole grain of wheat, rye, oats, barley, or brown rice.

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