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The classic flavors of the Mediterranean, basil and garlic grapeseed oil, adds a sense of authenticity to any pasta, risotto or pizza dish. Mix it with tomatoes for a quick and flavorful pasta sauce, brush it on fish and vegetables before grilling or add it to polenta before serving with lamb or beef. Use it with potatoes, mashed or roasted, or as the base for vinaigrette. Delicious and aromatic by itself, basil and garlic grapeseed oil makes another great dipping sauce. What can we say about bruschetta, but yum and make a double batch!
Black truffles impart a more rustic and earthier flavor than their white counterparts, which are lighter and more delicate. Use as a finishing oil with shaved Parmesan to turn any risotto or pasta into a quick gourmet meal.
Our Chipotle Garlic Grapeseed Oil has a bold taste that will heat up any meal. Perfect for scrambled eggs or as a marinade on grilled chicken. Use with stir fry’s to add extra heat.
Add a surprising twist to any meal with our Citrus Cilantro grapeseed oil. The perfect base for Latin inspired marinades and vinaigrettes; try mixing it with lime juice and a shot of tequila to marinate grilled shrimp or pan-fried scallops. Use it as the base for a pineapple or mango salsa or to give roast duck or pork an added layer of flavor. Mixing it with sherry vinegar and dressing a salad of fresh mixed herbs, tangerines and red onion is a crowd pleaser!
A taste of the exotic is accomplished by cooking with Cuisine Perel’s Ginger grapeseed oil. The perfect base for marinades or vinaigrettes. This oil pairs well with seafood, chicken, vegetables and fruit. For a simple dressing mix it with rice vinegar or lime juice and serve over mixed greens. Add grilled chicken, garnish with roasted peanuts and cilantro and your simple side salad becomes a meal. Use it to grill or sauté summer stone fruits (peaches or apricots) or as the base for a mango/avocado salsa to serve over fish or pork. With its high flash point, ginger grapeseed oil is the perfect oil for pan-seared fish.
Light and crisp, our Lemon Zest grapeseed oil is as versatile as lemons themselves. Use as the base for dressings or marinades or to pan fry snapper, trout or halibut. Brush onto shrimp or scallops before grilling or on chicken with freshly cracked pepper before roasting. A drizzle will add a delicious twist to your favorite pasta, risotto and vegetable dishes; try using it to sauté summer squash or fresh peppers. Like all of Cuisine Perel’s oils, lemon zest also makes a great dipping sauce for warm breads and rolls.
Why grapeseed oil? With the lowest levels of saturated fats of any oil on the market and no trans fatty acids, it is not only good for you but, because of its high flashpoint (419°f), it is the cleanest tasting oil. Grapeseed oil allows for high cooking temperatures without damaging the natural flavors of the food. We use only the highest quality imported European grapeseed oil – no preservatives, no sodium and no cholesterol. Use it as you would olive oil: for pan frying, searing meats and fish, roasting your favorite vegetables or in baking. Yes, baking!
Its bold taste stands up to any food making it perfect to sear lamb or beef before braising, sauté vegetables or as the base for a rustic vinaigrette. Use on your favorite pasta or pair it with fresh mozzarella and heirloom tomatoes for a late summer salad.
Perfect for drizzling over poultry or lamb before roasting. Use as a dipping oil with fresh bread or add to mashed potatoes.
Toasted Almond grapeseed oil is a perfect compliment to any white fish for a light drizzle when poaching. Add to fresh from the garden tomatoes and fresh basil. Try over a stack of pancakes and top with a light dusting of confectioner’s sugar for a tasty morning treat with coffee.
Toasted Walnut grapeseed oil is rich and buttery and adds an extra layer of depth and complexity to any meal; the perfect compliment for roasted meats and vegetables. For a salad, mix with our black fig vinegar and serve over endive, goat cheese and toasted nuts. Blend into mashed potatoes or yams and serve as a side dish with duck, pork or drizzle over prosciutto and figs for an instant appetizer. Try combining it with honey to glaze poached fruit or smoked fish or simply use it for dipping artesian-baked breads.
White truffles a lighter and more delicate flavor than their black counterparts, which are earthier and more rustic. Use as a finishing oil over mashed potatoes or steamed rice.