basil oil


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basil oil

[′bāz·əl ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Any of the yellow, aromatic essential oils derived from the leaves of sweet basil; used for flavors and perfumes and in medicines. Also known as sweet basil oil.
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Tomato Basil Vinaigrette In a blender, combine: 1/2 cup vinegar 1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes 1/2 cup avocado oil 5 medium-thick slices Roma tomato 1 teaspoon sea salt 2-3 drops basil oil
Finely spoon onto a plate and circle around the Parma ham and top with the mushrooms and chorizo, drizzle over a little basil oil.
Basil oil stimulates the powers of concentration and clarity of thinking.
Mains are equally mouth-watering, with options including chicken breast with wild mushroom mousse, fondant potato, French beans and tarragon jus; medley of wild mushrooms with garlic, Tuscan beans, lentils and creamy polenta; or pan-fried fillet of Cornish seabass served with crushed new potatoes, buttered spinach, basil oil and a tangy tomato and chorizo chutney.
While we were there you could choose a starter of pressed terrine of basil and tomato with marinated Manchego cheese with basil oil or a main of wild mushroom and spinach parcel with tomato couscous, pine nuts, morels, tarragon sauce and liquorice foam.
To make this dish extra special, add basil oil by processing one bunch of basil and 100 ml olive oil in a food processor.
Michelin-starred Simpson's will be preparing chilled melon soup with crabmeat and basil oil, slow cooked pork cheek with caramelized cauliflower puree, caper and raisin sauce and strawberry and rhubarb crumble.
Basil oil - or a little pesto let-down with olive oil
Roz chose gazpa-cho con mango, a tomato soup with fresh mango and basil oil, which she said was very tasty.
Buffalo mozzarella bruschetta with roasted tomatoes, basil oil and fresh salad leaves
I found the basil oil flat and really lacking basil flavor (I didn't taste the other flavors).