Tuscan Bread Dipping Seasoning

Fresh baked bread, hand crafted cheeses, and the finest olive oils are all close at hand in Tuscany. This seasoning, along with a dash of another Italian treat, Parmigiano-Reggiano, is perfect added to olive oil for bread dipping.


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For dip, mix 2 tablespoons Tuscan Seasoning with 1/2 cup of your favorite olive oil. Some people like to even add a bit more of the Tuscan seasoning.
For a tasty vinegar and oil salad dressing, mix 2 tablespoons Tuscan Seasoning with 2/3 cups oil and 1/3 cup vinegar, let stand for at least 15 minutes.
This blend is quite versatile. It makes a great marinade, using the dressing recipe from above, for chicken, pork or fish. Tuscan seasoning can also be used as a dry rub for steaks, lamb or pork chops. It's delicious as a seasoning for breading or a topping for macaroni and cheese, or try mixing some in with breadcrumbs for meatballs.
Hand mixed from garlic, salt, onion, black pepper, sugar, red bell pepper, rosemary, and paprika. Sodium content 195 mg per teaspoon

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