What's a Good Dipping Oil for Italian Bread?


Quick Answer

Olive oil is the most common dipping oil for Italian bread. It is served in many restaurants with a swirl of balsamic vinegar in the middle. Many recipes for bread dip use olive oil as the main ingredient.

Continue Reading
What's a Good Dipping Oil for Italian Bread?
Credit: Michela Simoncini CC-BY 2.0

Full Answer

A simple olive oil dip for Italian bread from AllRecipes.ca is a small plate of olive oil topped with garlic, drizzled balsamic vinegar, sprinkled Parmesan cheese and a pinch of oregano. The Food Network's recipe for garlic oil says to put the olive oil in a pan over medium heat, and add 4 cloves of garlic. Keep the oil over medium heat for five minutes. Let it steep for an hour, and then strain out the garlic cloves.

Learn more about Cooking
Related Videos

Related Questions