Guest: Sarah Made this last night for a girls' wine and whine night at a friend a house. Used fresh herbs (1 T fresh to 1 t dry). It was FANTASTIC and so easy! Yummo! Can hardly wait to do for my parents and family : )
Guest: Lskurla My dinner guests loved this recipe. I served with bread lightly sprayed with olive oil, added salt and pepper, then toasted on the grill.
I did change the recipe just a bit - I used a 3 to 1 combination of olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette.
Tip - make lots of this! It goes quickly.
Guest: kjc EXTREMELY close to Carraba's. Everyone I've made this for loves it.
Guest: Marge Taylor, MI This is just awesome. My 4 years old granddaughter ate and ate until there was nothing left! The best dipping oil ever made.
Guest: Britt This is very good! Me and my husband went to Carrabba's for our aniversary this month and afterwards I could not stop talking about the bread and needing the recipe! So glad I found this. Thanks!
Guest: tccooks ohhh this is so good. You must have a good tasting oil or it can ruin it. I added shredded parmesean the 1st time I made it and mashed it up in a bowl w/ a whisk; 2nd time I added powdered/grated parmesean and it is better w/ shredded. SO yummy.
Guest: trude Awesome! Delicious! I made this at Christmas after a dinner guest brought a loaf of artisan bread. The bread was hard and we needed a dipping sauce. I now make this herb oil every week to eat with bread as a appretizer.
Guest: Laura We have them grate parmesean cheese into the dipping oil...yummy!
Guest Foodie This is SOOOOO good. I went to Carrabba's today for the first time. I'm NOT a bread eater. I'm a born and raised carnivore!!!! So when they brought the bread and dipping oil, I passed until everybody I was with told me what I was missing. And they were right.
I came home tonight to see if I can find a recipe online and this one is it!!! GREAT STUFF. Tastes SOOOOO Good. And I a carnivore!
myartistry My family and friends have enjoyed this twice this week...it was yummy. I had a smidge of the oil & herb mixture left (about 2 T.) that I put on top of a roast. It gave a wonderful flavor to the roast!
Guest Foodie I used just half the salt - personal preference. This is a great recipe!
Guest: kcat very close to original!! make sure to use garlic powder and not garlic salt. it is a bit salty otherwise but still good
ems911brat I made a double batch of this recipe and already love it so much I have made batches for friends. I have used it to make Garlic Bread with cheese and bacon bits, and I used the olive oil and dipping mix to marinate a split chicken, and baked it under a brick. It was wonderful.
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