Ocado Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1L
A blend of olive oils of European Union origin. Superior category olive oil obtained directly from olives and solely by mechanical means.
This is an Ocado product. Like everything in our range, it's good quality, sensibly priced and, of course, responsibly sourced.
Store away from direct light and heat.
Store in a cool dry place.
This product may become cloudy at low temperatures. This is normal and the oil will clear on gentle warming.
Country of Origin
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Ocado Retail Ltd.,
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Do not pour hot oil back into the bottle.
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|Typical Values||per 100ml||per 15ml serving|
|of which saturates||14g||2.1g|
|of which mono unsaturates||69.6g||10.4g|
|of which poly unsaturates||8.0g||1.2g|
Contains negligible amounts of Carbohydrate, Sugars, Fibre, Protein and Salt.
This fresh dish is full of flavor and variety making for an exciting vegetarian alternative. Provided by www.rawduckhackney.co.uk/ who pride themselves on a healthy approach to eating, with a menu designed to nourish and satisfy. Where possible fresh ingredients are recommended, but good quality frozen alternatives can be used.
Jason Atherton believes everyone should be able to make a great meatball dish and this is something he’ll often cook with the kids at home. The key is to use good-quality mince with a decent amount of fat and make sure you season well. Another tip: keep the meatballs loose as you shape them – squashed meatballs will end up hard and dense. I also try to make a big batch each time so that we can freeze a portion for another meal.
1 hr 45 mins
This recipe combines wet walnuts, a slightly lesser-known ingredient and one of the great delicacies of autumn, with delicious radicchio in a quick and incredibly simple dish. Celebrated Chef Theo Randall prepares rustic Italian fare with the finest seasonal ingredients in one of London’s best Italian restaurants; Theo Randall at the InterContinental.
These meat-free quesadillas are a casual snack that meat eaters will love too. They are perfect for sharing with friends – double the quantities and you can serve them at a party. You can make them ahead of time and put in the oven when ready to serve, for a speedy and simple Mexican-inspired snack. Part of our Daily Brunch with Ocado recipe collection.
Simon’s rich and hearty Duck Tagliatelle is a delicious alternative to traditional beef or pork ragù sauces. Simon uses tinned confit duck, which is easy to prepare but adds a meaty richness to the finished sauce. This would make a perfect dinner party dish served with fresh egg pasta. Part of our Daily Brunch with Ocado recipe collection.
1 hr 10 mins
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