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Olive Oil and Balsamic Bread Dip With a Made-in-Texas Ingredient

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An ideal appetizer normally found at your go-to local Italian restaurant can now be made at home! And, rather than source the main ingredient from out-of-state, the Texas Hill Country has some great options for Extra-Virgin Olive Oils that will only serve to enhance the making of Restaurant-Style Olive Oil and Balsamic Bread Dip.

Owner-operated by Saundra C. (Sandy) Winokur, Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard in Elmendorf, Texas (just south of San Antonio) was one of the first commercial olive orchards established in the state of Texas. Their product quality speaks for itself, developing and selling olive oils, balsamic vinegar, pantry, body care and hair care lines! It’s a unique property, to say the least. And, the ability to incorporate their unique, Texas-made product into a tasty recipe such as this is nothing short of delicious. Created and posted to her blog by The Food Charlatan, Restaurant-Style Olive Oil and Balsamic Bread Dip you’re your taste buds do all the talking!

Olive Oil and Balsamic Bread Dip

Olive Oil and Balsamic Bread Dip With a Made-in-Texas Ingredient

INGREDIENTS:

Key ingredients for this recipe include:

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Garlic Cloves

Oregano

Balsamic Vinegar

INSTRUCTIONS:

The Food Charlatan has all ingredient measurements, mixing/blending process, and serving suggestions posted on her blog site. The use of a Texas-made product such as those that come from Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard isn’t necessary for the recipe, however shopping local, and meeting with success in such a well-made olive oil can only enhance the dip that much more! Enjoy!