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Garlic & Basil Oil


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Ingredients

1 jar(s)

Garlic & Basil Oil

  • 1 bunch New Garlic Shoots
  • 1 bunch basil
  • 2 teaspoon salt
  • 350 g olive oil, good quality
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Clean and trim the garlic shoots.

  2. Add the shoots and the basil to the Thermomix bowl, along with the salt.  Blend on speed 7 for 3 seconds.

  3. Add 350-400g of good quality olive oil, and heat on 70 degrees, speed 1 for 7 minutes.

  4. Blend for 30 seconds on speed 7, and pour into a sterilised jar.

  5. Keep in the fridge. You can top up with oil and use over the course of a year – until the shoots are available again next spring!

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Tip

I developed this recipe after finding some new season garlic shoots at the Collingwood Children's Farm Market. 

After having a chat to the stall-owner, she let me know that she chops hers up with herbs and blends with oil and salt; and then keep in the fridge.

Use the oil to coat lamb roasts, add to salad dressings and make garlic bread; as well as drizzle on steaks and use in stir-fries – in fact anywhere where oil is required you can use this.

You can use any herb instead of the basil.  Parsley works well, as does corriander.


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    Submitted by Coby Dobromilsky on 16. July 2013 - 15:56.

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    Submitted by Coby Dobromilsky on 16. July 2013 - 15:56.

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  • sounds great will make it

    Submitted by leanne on 29. October 2012 - 22:02.

    tmrc_emoticons.) sounds great will make it tomorrow, bought some garlic shoots at the Harvest Market at Launceston they are so yummy

     

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