What to do with oak smoked rapeseed oil?

Oak smoked oil can be used to liven up dishes in many different ways. Whether you're making a dressing, marinating or using it as a dipping oil the oak smoked flavour will add a huge difference to your dish.

Here are three different ways how we use the oak smoked oil to liven up our dishes 

  • Avocado on toast
  • Take the simple avocado on toast and some oaky smoked flavour to it.

    Makes 2 decent slices

    • Get your ripe avocado and remove from its skin.
    • Put the avocado in a bowl and add chopped fresh tomatoes, chilli, chopped coriander, lemon juice and salt and pepper.
    • Heat a griddle pan and brush your sourdough with a little of the oak smoked rapeseed oil and char on both sides until marked.
    • Spread the avocado mix on the toast and drizzle with the oak smoked oil and break up some Halen mon sea salt.

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    “Ah Bruschetta”, this classic Italian appetiser is a perfect way to capture the flavours of garden-ripened tomatoes, fresh basil, garlic, and oak smoked rapeseed oil. "

    Makes 5

    • Preheat your oven to 180°C.
    • Finely chop the fresh tomatoes, garlic and the basil and place them in a medium bowl, then add the oak smoked rapeseed oil and balsamic vinegar.
    • Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper, adding more to taste. Note, tomatoes love salt; you may need to add more than you expect.
    • Heat a griddle pan, brush your baguette slices with a little of the oak smoked rapeseed oil and char on both sides until marked.
    • Place the slices in the oven on the top rack and toast for 5 to 6 minutes until lightly browned around the edges.
    • Spoon the tomato mixture onto the toast and serve with a drizzle of oak smoked oil and Halen Mon Sea salt.

    Extra - you could serve these warm with some goats cheese on top of the mixture and some rocket or pea shoots on the top to serve.

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  • Tuna Salad



    A simple Asian-style tuna salad. It's quick, easy and full of great flavours.



    Makes 1 good portion


    • Combine 2 teaspoon soy sauce, 2 tablespoon rice vinegar, 2 tablespoon sesame oil, 2 tablespoon oak smoked rapeseed oil, 2 teaspoons sesame seeds ( lightly toasted ) and a squeeze of lemon juice into a mixing bowl.
    • Chop 1/2 a red onion and 2 spring onions and add to the mixing bowl.
    • Brush the tuna steak with oak smoked rapeseed oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.place the tuna steaks in a very hot saute pan and cook for only 1 minute on each side.
    • Once the tuna has cooled cut the tuna into chunks and add to the mixing bowl.
    • Mix well and turn out onto a platter to serve.
    • Finish with a drizzle of the oak smoked rapeseed oil.

     Extra - We love to add a poached egg to this simple salad.

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