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Curried Mashed Sweet Potatoes w/Blood Orange EVOO – Carolyn, Kendall Park, NJ

Thank you Carolyn!! This one is simple as well. Clean, peel and cut up your sweet potatoes and boil till soft.  Saute chopped sweet onions to they’re transparent in color.  Add cooked sweet potatoes, onions, DIVINO Blood Orange EVOO and add curry to taste and puree. Don’t forget a pinch of salt.  Easy and YUM!!

Ginger Pureed Carrots w/Blood Orange EVOO – Barbara, Glenridge, NJ

Thanks for sharing this with us Barbara.  She had purchased DIVINO Blood Orange EVOO and was explaining to me what she was doing with the product. First wash and peel carrots then cut into chucks and boil together with grated fresh ginger.  When the carrots are softened drain them.  Take the cooked carrots and put into a food processor or blender.  Add DIVINO Blood Orange EVOO, butter, more fresh ginger … Read More →

Steamed Carrots w/Toasted Hazlenuts & Blood Orange EVOO – Bonnie, King of Prussia PA

Not sure how long ago Bonnie shared this idea with me but here it is.  Haven’t made it myself as my parents aren’t fans of hazlenuts (but I am) but I do know how good DIVINO Blood Orange EVOO is on carrots! First chop up hazelnuts, toss them in DIVINO Blood Orange EVOO and then toast in your toaster oven.  Thinly slice your carrots and steam them.  Drain then toss … Read More →

Mango Chicken w/Mango Balsamic Creme Glaze – Alex, Mancester, NJ

Chicken mango

Thank you so much Alex for this idea!  So now that I’ve made it THREE times becuz it’s so yummy . . .here it is. Ingredients you’ll need: Chicken cutlets Sweet Red Peppers – chopped Sweet onions – chopped Fresh Mango and Pineapple – chopped Fresh ginger – grated Honey Chicken stock DIVINO Mango Creme Glaze I took chicken breasts and cut them in half “both” ways so now I … Read More →

Brussel Sprouts & Bacon w/Sorrento Lemon EVOO – Marc, Lansdale, PA

I think I got this right . . . thank you Marc from Lansdale, PA Brussel Sprouts that are washed, cleaned and halved. Put in a greased pyrex or other shallow pan. Drizzle DIVINO Sorrento Lemon EVOO then cover with chopped bacon slices. How much bacon . . .is there ever enough? Put in oven at 350 for about 30 minutes. Be sure to turn every 10 minutes. Sounds great … Read More →

Zippy Mango Side Dish w/Coconut Balsamic Vinegar – Jen, Forked River, NJ

This was given to me by Jen of Forked, River, NJ! This sounds amazing – a wonderful quick side dish. Mango – chopped Red Onion – chopped Jalepeno – chopped (I would take the seeds out myself or just leave a few) Cilantro – chopped She combined these different ingredients and drizzled with DIVINO Coconut White Balsamic Vinegar. Wondering if you changed out the mango for watermelon and drizzled PassionFruit … Read More →

Parmesan Crusted Chicken w/Basil & Garlic Olive Oil and Classic Balsamic Vinegar

This recipe is from the website under recipes or it’s on the label. I’ve seen this on TV a gazillion times plus have noted in the supermarket that they now have mayo with olive oil or balsamic. So that got me to thinking . . . First I got my Hellman’s mayo about a 1/2 c., about 1 TBSP of DIVINO Classic Balsamic Vinegar and then added 1/2 c. … Read More →

Pan Seared Salmon w/Mixed Berry Balsamic & Blood Orange Olive Oil Chris, Lancaster, PA

A suggestion from Chris of Lancaster, PA Pan searing a filet of salmon in the Blood Orange Olive Oil. Try tarragon as your spice with this. When done remove from pan, plate the filet followed by a drizzle Mixed Berry Balsamic Vinegar lightly over top and serve. I checked my spice cabinet for Tarragon . . .it’s on my Tuesday shopping list!