How to Use Smoked Olive Oil
Of course, "Put it on everything." is the easiest answer for the question, "What do you use Smoked Olive Oil for?" But let's get a little more specific with it:
How to use Smoked Olive Oil:
- Cooking eggs in the morning. Instead of using butter or bacon grease, add a little Holy Smoke Smoked Olive Oil to your pan to prevent your eggs from sticking, but also to add a wonderful smoky bacon-y flavor to your breakfast.
- Drizzle over your steak as a finishing oil. A good steak is already rich and flavorful, but adding a small drizzle of Smoked Olive Oil adds an addition buttery richness that your tastebuds will thank you for.
- Roast Vegetables. You can sauté mushrooms, onions, and garlic, or pan roast brussels sprouts, squash, zucchini, potatoes, and yams. It's like the way your normally cook your veggies, but with better olive oil.
- Use as a condiment for sandwiches and pizza. When you get a sub sandwich made a the deli, you'd get a little squirt of oil and vinegar to amp up the flavor. Now, just do it with Smoked Olive Oil and you'll want to eat it in one bite.
- Finish soups and pastas. Is that chicken noodle or butternut squash soup missing a little something? No? Well, drizzle a little Smoked Olive Oil anyway and you'll realize that you'd been missing out for years.
- Make flavorful sauces. Yes, smoky pesto and smoked chimmi churri are amazing. A smoky garlic and herb aioli is excellent to put on your cheeseburger. A smoked mignonette is the perfect accouterment for raw oysters.
- Dip bread in it. This one's pretty obvious, but a little Smoked Olive Oil with aged balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper, and garlic, BOOM, you've got yourself a very simple and tasty appetizer.
These are just a few of the nearly infinite ways you can enjoy Smoked Olive Oil. We would love to know how you use Holy Smoke! Send us an email with your favorite recipe and we'll add them to our Recipes page with your name on it!