I bet I know what you are thinking…what would I ever need a spicy herb with parsley, basil, mint and serrano, drizzle for, right???? Well let me tell you what you would use a spicy herb oil drizzle for…EVERYTHING!!!! And the best part about this oil drizzle is…is that you can modify it and create many other options that you will just love…love…love!
Kelsi and I were in the kitchen and making a cauliflower soup, the cauliflower soup had no cream and needed a little something. So I went to my garden and picked a bunch of herbs and made this amazing drizzle. The herb oil drizzle doe not need nuts, Parmesan cheese or garlic. What I would recommend is a good tasting oil for this recipe it would make a difference. If you only have vegetable oil around, I’d still try and make the recipe but know that with a good tasting olive oil, you will find it to be completely different in taste.
It’s a super easy drizzle to make, you basically put your favorite herbs in a mixer, I used basil, Italian parsley, mint and serrano chili.
I cut the serrano chili into pieces
I then pulsed it a few times. Then I turned it on and added my oil (see my tutorial below)
This is an amazing herb drizzle of oil and adds such a huge difference to your dishes. The serrano chili pepper is spicy the first day or two but the heat from the chili is not very strong after that. Here is a photo of my drizzle on my cauliflower soup.
and I’ve been using it on my eggs in the morning. So I poach my egg and place it on half of an English muffin, then I drizzle just a bit of the herb oil on top and OMG is it amazing.
While I don’t have photos from all the other ways I’ve used this herb oil drizzle, I’ve also used it on hamburgers, steak and shrimp. I did a video tutorial with Kelsi if you want to watch that and look out for that cauliflower soup!
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I know in the video I said serranto, I don’t know why I kept adding the “t” in the chili but the proper name is “serrano”