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  • Writer's pictureKathryn Keeler

🌻🍊Spring into Seasonal Eating with 17 Mouthwatering Orange-Infused Olive Oil Recipes 🌻🍊

Updated: Mar 27

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Using Orange-Infused Olive Oil in Spring Recipes:

One of the best ways to bring the sunshine of spring into your recipes is to use Orange-Infused Olive Oil. People sometimes ask us for ways they can use it, so we're going to cover that today, with links to recipes.





Time-Saving Trick: Use Infused-Olive Oil instead of Zest:

For most of these recipes, the zesting of the orange can be eliminated by simply substituting Orange-Infused Olive Oil for the regular amount of EVOO listed. If a recipe calls for orange juice in addition, still add that amount of orange juice. If a recipe only calls for regular EVOO or oil, substitute Orange-Infused Olive Oil.

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Appetizers, Salads & Veggies


The Main Course


Dessert Options

🌻 Italian Olive Oil Cake (This one would be amazing with chocolate drizzled over it!)


 
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SPECIAL OLIVE OIL DISCOUNT FOR OUR SUBSCRIBERS

 Our 2023 line of Award-Winning Olive Oils have arrived! Not only do we like them, but the judges like them. Most importantly, we hope that you like them. A current list of the 2023 awards can be found here.

 

For our subscribers only, in order to make way for our new oils, we are offering a spring special of 10% off on all of our award-winning 2022 EVOOs and Flavor-Infused Oils.

 

To take advantage of this limited offer, enter SPRING10 in the promo code line at checkout*.

 

*Cannot be combined with any other promotion


 
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"Growth springs from better recipes, not just from more cooking."

Peter Romer

Since spring is the season of renewal, why not try a few new recipes to add zest (excuse the pun) to your meals. Most of the recipes we try tend to be on the easier side, because like many of you, we are busy with the actual operations of our farm, but as we continue to look for new recipes and spring into growth, we'll be sharing the recipes both here and daily on our Facebook page.


 
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Need some Orange-Infused Olive Oil for your Spring Baking? We've got you covered!


Need a few other recipe ideas? Our EVOO Recipes page is packed with great ideas.

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