Fun with Emile Noël Artisan Oils


In the Kitchen and Out of the Kitchen

*I received product to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.

I love to try new recipes and new products. When I got the chance to review these amazing Emile Noël Artisan Oils, I could hardly wait! These oils are amazing for use as carrier oils with your essential oils, or in your food recipes!

I usually use these oils to make things like lip balm or Boo-Boo cream. Any of them are perfect for this type of recipe, along with essential oils. I wanted to use them in recipes too though, so I did a bit of research looking for wonderful recipes I thought my family would enjoy. Any of them can be used in place of extra virgin olive oil in vinaigrette recipes for salads. They are also amazing in pasta recipes instead of butter. They add an extra depth of flavor that makes your pasta recipes taste like they came from an upscale restaurant.

I love the hazelnut or walnut oil in linguine with shrimp! Just cook your linguine according to the box directions. Strain, and then pour a little (think 1 or 2 tablespoons) hazelnut or walnut oil on it and stir in in. Then, saute your shrimp in a tablespoon of olive oil with some onions, mushrooms and maybe a little bell pepper for color. It’s not recommended to use these artisan oils when cooking because the heat will break them down. When the shrimp are done (it doesn’t take long!) pour the mixture on the linguine and carefully stir it in. Add a smidge more oil if you feel you need it. This recipe gives you a flavor as rich as an alfredo sauce, without the calories! Oh! Crushed hazelnuts or walnuts (according to which oil you use) make a great garnish for this dish, as well as giving it a little crunch.

Any of these oils can also be used as carrier oils in essential oil blends. I use Sweet Almond Oil in my BooBoo Cream, chapstick, and my sugar scrubs. It just tastes and smells better than olive oil!

What would you use your Emile Noël Artisan Oils to make?


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