La Tourangelle Roasted Walnut Oil, 16.9-Ounce Cans (Pack of 3)
- Three 16.9-ounce bottles of roasted walnut oil for salads, pasta, meats, and baking
- Made from California walnuts; one of the highest natural sources of omega 3 found in nature
- 2006 gold medal winner at the most prestigious French food Competition: "Le Concours General Agricole"
- Hand roasted in cast iron kettles before being expeller pressed, then lightly filtered and bottled
- Handcrafted in Woodland, California
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Top Customer Reviews
We make a salad dressing using this walnut oil, blood orange vinegar and honey. The ratio of all ingredients is 1:1. E.g.:
- 1/4 cup blood orange vinegar
- 1/4 cup roasted walnut oil
- 1/4 cup honey
(adjust to your taste buds)
Mix with a blender or hand blender (or by shaking the jar, but a blender mixes much better, especially with the thick honey). Wow, is this a wonderful salad dressing!
By the way, we use this blood orange vinegar: "Cuisine Perel Blood Orange Vinegar", which is available via Amazon. It has a wonderful flavor.
My fav recipe so far:
take a large yam/sweet potatoe, cut in 1/4 inch strips lenthwise (like a long potatoe chip). baste in oil and salt. broil for 10 min per side. enjoy!
I actually like the taste better than butter. It has a similar quality- rich, indulgent, blends well with foods, and it is way healthier than butter. Not as aggressive tasting as olive oil.
I have substituted it for butter every chance I get, with good results. (disclaimer- I'm not much of a cook...)
Please buy this, so Amazon will keep it in stock for me. It costs much more in stores, and is hard to find
Ding for metal alloy container: It is cheap metal and though it was packaged well by Amazon.com the containers probably got dented in Amazon's warehouse because it didn't seem like the packaging should have caused the dents. The way it was packaged if there was any damage it would probably only be dents to the containers so I would say "expect" dents with any shipment of oils if this company uses the same cheaper kind of metal alloy for their containers. Dents do not make the product taste worse so I do not worry about the taste. I will return it if the containers leak but that would not stop me from ordering again. However, the odds of leaking happening probably statistically is not "often" if you receive shipments regularly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this oil I do believe that this is the real deal. I mix it with other oils for my hair. I love the smell of it. Read morePublished 18 days ago by ABBYGAIL
. I was worried the nutty flavor would overpower the recipe, but it didn't take very long to fall in love with it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Hye Soltesz
I heard that you could use Walnut Oil on hardwood to get rid of scratches, and since our dog loves running on our hardwood and leaving his little marks all over it, I thought I'd... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Nikkita