Easy Olive Oil Bread Dip Recipe!

Easy Olive Oil Bread Dip Recipe!

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Today I’m going to show you an easy olive oil bread dip that uses an infused olive oil recipe, along with balsamic vinegar and olive oil bread dipping seasoning.  Sprinkle a little bit of parmesan cheese on the olive oil bread dip recipe and you are in for a fantastic treat!  Serve this before your meal, or as a side dish and you will be sure to get all sorts of “Wow!  This is delicious!” comments!

olive oil bread dip with lemon infused olive oil

 

Ingredients Needed for your Olive Oil Dipping Sauce:

Here is a super easy olive oil dip for bread:

After you’ve made your lemon infused olive oil, simply sprinkle my favorite pre-made seasoning blend of Dean Jacob’s Parmesan Blend Bread Dipping Seasoning.  If you don’t want an infused olive oil, plain olive oil will also work.

olive oil bread dip

Go ahead and pull apart your favorite bread and dip it in this easy olive oil bread dip, and you have for yourself the perfect appetizer for any main meal!

olive oil bread dip with homemade seasoning and balsamic vinegar

If you are looking for another dipping sauce recipe that does not use an already mixed seasoning, then I have the perfect olive oil bread dip recipe that you can make.

Ingredients needed for Olive Oil Dip For Bread With Homemade Seasoning:

olive oil bread dipping bowl

  1.  Start by pouring the lemon-infused oil into the bottom of the dipping dish.

olive oil bread dip with balsamic vinegar

2.  Then add enough balsamic vinegar to fill about half of area where the olive oil is.  

olive oil bread dip with balsamic vinegar and spices3.  Then mix together 2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning, 1/4 teaspoon of salt and 1/4 teaspoon of pepper.  Sprinkle some of that mixture on top of the olive oil and vinegar.  Store the rest of the seasoning mix in a small glass jar or reuse an empty spice container.

olive oil bread dip with Parmesan cheese

4.  Last, sprinkle on a bit of shredded parmesan cheese for the final addition to the perfect olive oil bread dip.

olive oil bread dip with parmesan cheese birds eye view

I chose to use some baked bread rolls covered in asiago cheese to eat with the bread dipping oil recipe.  You can use any bread of your choosing, but I liked the extra cheese flavor that the asiago gave to this roll combined with the olive oil bread dip.

olive oil bread dip with Asiago bread

5.  You’ll want to rip off a piece of bread and mix the olive oil dip until you have each of the four ingredients on your bread – lemon-infused olive oil, balsamic vinegar, spice mix, and the parmesan cheese.

olive oil bread dip with balsamic vinegar, seasoning, and Parmesan cheese

Once you taste this perfect bite of this olive oil bread dip, it will be hard to stop eating before your main meal!


Easy Olive Oil Bread Dip Recipe!
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Here is an easy olive oil bread dip recipe that uses Italian seasoning, balsamic vinegar, and paremesan cheese. It's the perfect appetizer!
Ingredients
  • lemon infused olive oil (plain olive oil will also work)
  • balsalmic vinegar for dipping
  • 2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • shredded parmesan cheese
Instructions
  1. Start by pouring the lemon-infused oil into the bottom of the dipping dish.
  2. Then add enough balsamic vinegar to fill about half of area where the olive oil is.
  3. Then mix together 2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning, ¼ teaspoon of salt and ¼ teaspoon of pepper. Sprinkle some of that mixture on top of the olive oil and vinegar. Store the rest of the seasoning mix in a small glass jar or reuse an empty spice container.
  4. Last, sprinkle on a bit of shredded parmesan cheese for the final addition to the perfect olive oil bread dip.
  5. You'll want to rip off a piece of bread and mix the olive oil dip until you have each of the four ingredients on your bread - lemon-infused olive oil, balsamic vinegar, spice mix, and the parmesan cheese.

 

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