Recipe by Jill
"Spicy, flavored olive oil. Great for marinating vegetables and meats."
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whole star anise pods
whole cardamom pods
So you won't be disappointed if you plan to use this oil in marinades, or stir-frying, please don't pay attention to Allrecipes: "Prep time 5 minutes - Ready in 5 minutes". The recipe description clearly states: "Let sit for a week or so to let the spices do their stuff." It is great for use in stir-fry dishes.
Worth Noting: The bacteria that causes botulism can grow in infused oils if they are stored for too long. Anything that may contain a trace of water, when placed in the oxygen free environment that oil provides, can be a breeding ground for Botulism. If you intend to make this oil, 1) use it within the week and 2) after allowing it to stay out on the counter for a few hours to infuse, refrigerate! This should reduce the chances of any botulism getting a foothold in the oil.
Easy way to add flavor Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Far East Spiced Olive Oil
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 239
** Calories from Fat: 243
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