BBQ-flavoured vinaigrette

The oil takes on the flavour of the charcoal really well. Perfect for adding a hint of smokiness or enhancing the roasted flavour of products.

Recipe makes 1 liter oil.

BBQ-flavoured vinaigrette

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Preparation method

  • To make charcoal oil, first heat the coals until they glow white.
  • Next, move them to the bottom of a pan. Pour the oil over the coals, all at once so that the charcoal will not smoke, as this will cause the oil to burn.
  • Add salt and allow to infuse for 12 hours.
  • Pass through a very fine-meshed sieve and store in a squeeze bottle.

Serving suggestions

  • To marinate salmon.
  • As a flavour enhancer in salads. This will give them a surprising barbecue taste.
  • Infuse thinly shaved asparagus with this dressing by sealing the asparagus and the dressing in a vacuum sealer bag.
  • As a base for a vinaigrette, using 1/3 to its volume in limejuice.

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