How to make rosemary infused oil

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Rosemary infused oil (not to be confused with rosemary essential oil) is perfect for adding flavors to a variety of dishes from pizza to pasta or a steak. Here is how to make rosemary infused oil.

How to make rosemary infused oil

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How to make rosemary infused oil

If you want to add some nice rosemary flavor for your steak or a salad, there’s no need to invest in store bought products. Making your own rosemary infused oil is so easy and you can use a base of your favorite oil like olive oil, sunflower oil, grape seeds etc

Ingredients needed:

  • Fresh rosemary sprigs
  • Base of oil (I used sunflower oil as I wanted a soft flavor)
  • Mason jar or a small glass bottle

How to make rosemary infused oil

Directions:

  • Wash the rosemary in water and completely dry
  • Place the herbs in a jar or bottle (you can lightly crush them first for stronger flavor).
  • Completely cover with oil.
  • Secure the lid on the jar.
  • Shake and leave for 2 weeks.
  • Place the jar in a sunny place.
  • Shake once a day.
  • After 2 weeks, strain the oil and pour into a clean jar or bottle.
  • Throw away the rosemary plant that separated from the oil during straining.
  • Refrigerate for up to 1 month.

How to make rosemary infused oil

Please note!

Rosemary oil can sometimes cause allergic reactions and should not be consumed by pregnant and nursing women. 

 

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