Blood Orange Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Blood oranges are crushed with olives to make this wonderful oil from California. This oils light, crisp orange flavor is great on salads in vinaigrettes and Asian cooking. Use this on salmon fillets or to saut

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  • 375ml
  • 750ml

$16.50

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Origin:  California

Culinary Uses:  Salads, Fish, Chicken, Marinade, Vegetables, Baking

Pair with:  Fig, Tangerine, Cherry, White, Traditional

Ingredients:  Oil from olives

Nutrition:  1 T. = 120 calories, 9 grams fat

Blood oranges are crushed with olives to make this wonderful oil from California. This oils light, crisp orange flavor is great on salads in vinaigrettes and Asian cooking. Use this on salmon fillets or to saute scallops.

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Alison Chou
10/2/2015

Fabulous oil!

Great for everything from shrimp and scallops to broccoli and green beans. I was advised to use this oil in place of vegetable oil with a Giaradelli dark chocolate brownie mix. Delicious - orange and chocolate together. And so moist.

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Blood Orange Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Blood Orange Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Blood oranges are crushed with olives to make this wonderful oil from California. This oils light, crisp orange flavor is great on salads in vinaigrettes and Asian cooking. Use this on salmon fillets or to saut

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