Rosemary and Garlic Oil

Beautiful fall is here…colors turns into a rich orange and rust and change the landscape of the mind and soul. My herbs are still abundant and I am getting ready for winter by drying and preserving.

FallRosemary along with its fragrant smell has medicinal properties. This is one of the oils I make that is super simple and easy and can be used for dipping bread or salads or anything else that needs and good topping of oil.

Rosemary

I have made others with sesame or jojoba oil that can be used for aromatherapy and the process is the same. You do want to add extra rosemary leave in that case.

Rosemary and Garlic oil

All you need is:

Fresh rosemary washed and dried

Fresh cloves of garlic ( 4-5)

Good quality Olive oil

Canning jar.

Add rosemary and garlic to a canning jar and pour in the olive oil. Seal and keep in a warm place for about 3 weeks.

Rosemary and Garlic oil

Enjoy with your favorite bread or better yet give out as gifts,

I have missed a few Fiesta Fridays so finally joining the party again.

Rosemary and Garlic oil
Rosemary and Garlic oil

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Kaila says:

    Your yard is simply beautiful. I love all the colors that are out and about. I love the idea to give this oil as a gift as well. What a beautiful idea, and it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser. Happy FF, and have a wonderful weekend! 😀

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    1. Food For The Soul says:

      Thank you so much. I love the fall season and the drama of colors it brings here in Virginia. Have a great weekend !

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  2. That view out of your windows almost distracted me from reading your post. But I read it and love the idea of seasoning olive oil with herbs and garlic. I’ve got some crusty bread waiting to dip!

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    1. Isn’t fall just gorgeous:)

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  3. Angie says:

    This is a nice idea! And I haven’t killed my rosemary 🙂 so I’ll give it a try!

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    1. Thanks Angie…do give it a try. Have a lovely weekend:)

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  4. Jenny says:

    I have some rosemary in a pot on my windowsill. I would like to try this!

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    1. Thanks Jenny…it’s so easy and rewarding.

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  5. I frequently make garlic oil for my bread and croutons but never added rosemary. I will have to try that the next time 🙂

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    1. Awesome… Hope you do try it. I am going to make a batch with Thyme.

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