Italian Olive Oils

admin, January 25, 2017

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Italian cooking has long been one of the UK’s best-loved cuisines. This enduring popularity is probably best accounted for not only because of how it tastes but also because of its remarkable simplicity and endless versatility. Mouth-watering, time honoured classics such as Sugo al Pomodoro or Ragù alla Bolognese rely more on the quality of a few key ingredients than on elaborate time consuming preparation, and can easily be cooked ahead and stored making
them perfect for the pace of modern life.

The following selection of delicious recipes, brought to you by Filippo Berio in partnership with Cirio, has been carefully prepared to offer you a simple, easy-to-follow guide to some of the absolute classics of Italian cookery.

Why not try some of our ‘batch cook friendly’ recipes? Cook double quantities of our “batch cook friendly” recipes, portion out and freeze the remainder for tasty home cooked meals that can be ready in minutes.

The perfect Olive Oil for the perfect recipe. Filippo Berio’s passion for olive oil is shared by food lovers across the world who rely on its superb quality to bring out the very best in their food every time. Here are just a few of the many olive oils in our range…

Has a unique rich, fruity flavour and complements the fresh ingredients in all your recipes making it perfect as a healthy condiment.

• Ideal for sauces, marinades and salads.
• For drizzling on all your favourite pasta dishes or soups.
• Or dipping with bread.

The ultra light taste of Mild & Light Olive Oil means it carries no trace of olive flavour, making it perfect for cakes and desserts.

• Use for healthier frying from stir fries to fried eggs.
• Ideal for roasting potatoes or deep frying chips.
• Baking bread, cakes and biscuits.

Expertly blended, Olive Oil is ideal for those who prefer a lighter taste, or in recipes requiring a softer flavour.

• Use for everyday cooking.
• Ideal for delicate dressings and sauces.
• Or use as a healthier substitute for butter.

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