Recipe by Janice
"This recipe is fantastic with warm crusty Italian bread, or any other bread for that matter! Use extra virgin olive oil and really good aged balsamic vinegar. For best results, make a day ahead and store in the refrigerator so flavors can meld."
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extra virgin olive oil
aged balsamic vinegar
1 1/2 tablespoons
1 1/2 teaspoons
freshly ground black pepper
I make this all the time and usually dont have time to do it overnight, so if you are in a hurry add about 2 tablespoons of butter and microwave for 1 minute. The addition of butter seems to hold it all together. Also I add about a teaspoon of rosemary to it. Wonderful recipe if you like basalmic vinegar which I love.
Way to much balsamic vinegar. You need to roast the garlic slithly, also. Johnny Carino's is the best and it has the roasted garlic in it.
This IS delicious but I recommend making the seasoned Balsamic Vinegar in advance, holding back the extra virgin olive oil until ready to serve. For each 3 teaspoon serving of seasoned vinegar add 4 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil, not necessarily mixed together well.
Great recipe. Been looking for it after I had it at a restaurant. Its great if you add 2 to 3 tbsp of parmesan cheese in the dip as well!
I loved this recipe!!! I had a dinner party, and I should have only served this! Everyone ate this dip with warm bread, and were so full I had to give everyone their dinner to go. I did not change a thing!! It was perfect!! Make sure you let it stand in the refidgerator, the longer it sat, the better it was.
Thanks for a wonderful recipe.
I have used this dip not just for bread, but I have mixed it in with tuna instead of mayo in sandwiches. My favourite use is to mix it in with cold wild rice with a sprinkling of feta cheese for a yummy cold rice salad.
Fab-u-Lous! I made this dip over the weekend and served it with some french bread and everyone ate it up. In the past,if I saw an oil based bread dip at the store I usually bought it to try. I won't be buying it anymore, this was the best I ever had. YUM!
THIS IS GREAT! I have been buying the special oil and pre-made spices at a gourment store and this is WAY better. I always have this ingreidents on hand, so it a fast and easy appeitzer. I cut the recipe in half for me and my husband to have with a fresh loaf of bread and bottle of wine. LOVE IT.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spicy Oil and Vinegar Bread Dip
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 169
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