What veggies can handle Mushroom Sage olive oil?

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  1. aunaturel

    aunaturel

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    I recently bought some Mushroom Sage olive oil (I don't recall what I was thinking I'd do with it ...) and I opened it, got a whiff of the sage, and I was instantly thrown into the equivalent of writer's block for a home cook.

    I'd really like to try this on some roasted veggies, but I haven't been able to do it.  Maybe if I get some good recommendations from all of you, it'll get me going with this stuff.

    So: what roasted veggies would you use Mushroom Sage olive oil for?
     
  2. phatch

    phatch Moderator Staff Member

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    I'd probably put it on ravioli. Squash filled ravioli, or cheese. 
     
  3. kaiquekuisine

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    Defintely agree about the ravioli. 

    Maybe sauteed brocolli with garlic , rosemary and cheese. 

    I would think earthy..... thinks such as pumpkin , squash , nuts maybe , other varietys of mushrooms. 

    Also think risotto ( could be a long shot depending on the risotto ). 
     
  4. chicagoterry

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    Not exactly a veggie, but maybe to dress cannelinni beans cooked with a lot of garlic.
     
  5. koukouvagia

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    Use it in a marinade for any meat. Chicken and pork especially, but also with lamb.  As long as you use only a little, any vegetable can handle it.  
     
  6. cheflayne

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    parsnips, celeriac, rutabaga, caulifower