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Bread Dipping In Dipping Dish Appetizer With Italian EVOO Recipe

Wednesday, October 08th, 2014

EVOO, extra virgin olive oil is very commonly used in Italian restaurants for bread dipping. Served in a dipping dish, this amazing delightful bread dipping dish goes as a side with almost any dinner. Here is an Italian recipe that can be augmented with the bread dipping dish on the side.

Italian Bread Dipping In Olive Oil Dipping Dishes With The Finest Italian Recipes

Italian Bread Dipping Dish Recipe

• Two tablespoons Spanish extra virgin olive oil
• Set of Four Cruets.com Swirl Design Olive Oil Dipping Dishes

• Four slices eye round beef of your choice
• Four anchovy fillets
• One garlic clove
• One half teaspoon salt
• One quarter cup chopped parsley
• One quarter teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
• Three quarter cup dry white wine

Slice the steak two inches thick. Chop the garlic clove up in small pieces, then dice the anchovies into small chunks. Using a cooking mallet, pound the beef until tender. Heat the Spanish EVOO in a saucepan, then add the beef and cook until browned on both sides. Add the parsley, anchovies, and garlic that you chopped, and cook together for five minutes over low flame. Put in the white wine, then the pepper and salt. Place the lid over the pan and let cook over low flame for thirty minutes or less, until the meat is cooked tender. Serves four.

How To Use Your Olive Oil Dipping Dishes

In a set of four unique swirl design olive oil dipping dishes, pour in the extra virgin olive oil. Using your favorite bread loaf, slice up into slices, and serve the bread with each dipping dish. Simply dip the bread in the EVOO, and enjoy. This is perfect to go with any dinner.

Olive Oil Dipping Dish With Italian Shrimp

Friday, October 03rd, 2014

Extra Virgin Olive Oil For The Dipping Dishes

• Set of four cruets.com olive oil dipping dishes
• Two pounds raw jumbo shrimp
• One cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• One and one half teaspoons salt
• One half teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
• Three quarter cup dry bread crumbs

Remove all shells from the shrimp. Remove the veins and then wash the shrimp well. Immerse in the olive oil, then remove and season to taste with salt and pepper, before rolling the shrimp in the bread crumbs. Position on a baking dish coated with olive oil or butter. Broil for five minutes. Arrange the shrimp around each dipping dish. Then, fill each of the dipping dish with equal amounts of the remaining olive oil. Dip the shrimp in the olive oil and enjoy.

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