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Spicy Olive Oil

Posted by Solitary Dancer on March 5, 2007

I haven’t decided what I would use this for but it just sounded good.  I’m sure I can find something.  Maybe you guys have a suggestion???

Spicy Olive Oil


2 1/2 cups olive oil
6 tablespoons crushed dried chilies
2 whole bay leaves
2 whole dried chilies


1. Soak the bay leaves for a few minutes in hot water.
2. Put the whole and dried chilis in a bottle.
3. Add the bay leaves.
4. Fill the bottle with olive oil.
5. Shake well and let sit for 4 days, shaking at least once a day.
6. The oil is now ready to use.
7. You can add more olive oil if you find it is becoming too hot.


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