Italian Bread Dipping (Oil) Sauce #appetizers #dips

Italian Bread Dipping (Oil) Sauce #appetizers #dips

Café style sauce with olive oil, Italian herbs and balsamic vinegar ideal for plunging your preferred hard bread. Blend it up with your preferred herbs and include a zesty kick, on the off chance that you like, to make your own flavor mix.

At the point when I was all the while living in the Philippines, there was one Italian eatery that I much of the time chatted with my loved ones. It's called Italianni's and they presently have a few branches all over Metro Manila as during that time they have gotten so well known. Would you be able to think about what made them so all around cherished?

You'd presumably surmise, their pasta dishes or maybe their pizza or their Chicken Milanese and they're all unquestionably extraordinary yet no… .not these. Maybe, almost 20 years back when they originally came to Manila this was an oddity however everybody that ate in their eatery raved about their stunning Italian bread and the extremely scrumptious plunging sauce that went with it. Also, it was a boundless hors d'oeuvre so you can envision we truly didn't avoid requesting a container or 2 more! It was acceptable to such an extent that we couldn't have cared less that we were at that point so stuffed and may not eat a significant part of the fundamental dishes that we requested. Gracious, past times worth remembering!

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Italian Bread Dipping (Oil) Sauce #appetizers #dips


  • A pinch of dried or fresh Basil, or to taste (for each bowl)
  • A pinch of dried or fresh Oregano, or to taste (for each bowl)
  • 3 Garlic cloves, peeled and crushed or minced, divided (OPTIONAL)
  • 1/2 cup Extra Virgin (good quality) Olive Oil, divided
  • 3 (up to 6) Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar, divided
  • Grated parmesan cheese, to taste


  1. Divide the olive oil into 3 parts in individual, small and shallow dipping bowls. Add about 1-2 tablespoons Balsamic vinegar into each bowl. 2 tablespoons vinegar is right up my alley but feel free to adjust the amount to taste; begin with a tablespoon and add more if desired. Add the crushed or minced garlic (1 garlic per bowl), if using. If you’re not a fan of garlic, feel free to leave it out. I love garlic so I added it but it’s not required. Place a pinch or 2 of the herbs of your choice. For extra flavor, use freshly chopped herbs. Stir.
  2. Generously sprinkle with grated or shredded parmesan cheese on top. Serve with freshly warmed crusty bread!

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