Cherry tomatoes poached with olive oil.
Lamb rubbed with rosemary, olive oil and steeped in red wine and garlic.
Crispy French bread baked hot, drizzled with olive oil.
If you are looking for a no-fuss but extremely delicious snack, this is your pick. Grab those exotic vegetables you have been eyeing for a while and give them a new twist. A pinch of ...
Black beans push over chickpeas in this recipe to make this classic dip. Blend it with fresh herbs and spices, and serve it with breads.
Here, white beans take over chickpeas to make this smoky and incredibly delicious hummus. Add in rosemary for a flavour boost.
A yummy sandwich made with muffuletta bread, olive spread and loads of vegetables. Served with french fries and salad.
A quick recipe of roasted bell pepper, pine nuts and green beans.
Imagine a mayonnaise without a drop of oil! Without any eggs. Totally vegan. Made with tofu.
A spoonful of mixed fruit jam gives the usual banana cake a creative twist. A tea-treat made with healthy substitutes like whole wheat flour, olive oil and brown sugar.
It packs a healthy punch not only when consumed, olive oil also packs a bevy of skin, hair and beauty benefits too. Here's a roundup of all that you ever wanted to know about Olive ...
The two most common types of olive oils, you may have heard of them before, are 'refined olive oil' and 'extra virgin olive oil.' Here's how both differ from each other in terms of extraction, ...
Turns out, that you can indeed use olive oil for mild cooking, and cooking in olive oil has many health benefits.
Olive oil has been steadily gaining popularity thanks to the many health benefits it offers. Olive oil is the natural oil extracted from olives, the fruit of the olive tree. It consists of saturated fats, ...
Here are six wonderful health benefits of adding extra virgin olive oil to your daily diet.
Oleic acid is the primary compound found in olive oil and stimulates the production of a cancer-preventing cell molecule.
A group of researchers from the University of Chile have given us another reason to prefer extra virgin olive oil.
A recent study done by researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) in Spain states that frying vegetables in Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) improves the chemical compounds present in the them.
India is emerging as one of the fastest growing markets for olive oil, largely due to rising cases of diabetes, hypertension and heart diseases.Imports of olive oil in India surged by 66 percent to 11,916.76 ...
It's an old story -- you've heard it before, and not just from me -- but it's coming around again. Predictably, just as U.S. specialty markets begin to trumpet the arrival of fresh new-harvest, extra ...