Cole & Mason Pure Rapeseed Oil
Eat our Pure Rapeseed Oil with a fried feast. The beauty of rapeseed oil is that its delicate flavour doesn't fade when you heat it. And with low saturated fat, it can make shallow or deep frying feel a little less unhealthy. Try it out on a traditional fried breakfast.
Why not try dressing to impress. With a delicate flavour, rapeseed oil works in its natural, cold form as a dressing. Or even a dip. Used the oil to give a real hit of flavour to leafy salads. Chilli and lime dressing is a bit more adventurous. With chilli, lime, garlic, honey and black pepper, shake it all together before serving.
Rapeseeds come from bright yellow rape plant that grows naturally in the large fields of the UK. It's been growing in popularity for the last decade, mainly as a healthier alternative to olive oil.
But that's not all it has to offer on the health front. It has omega 3, 6 and 9 acids, for supporting joint, brain and heart functions.
Rapeseed oil is one of the few oils that keeps its character, colour and flavour when you heat it up. Mainly this is because it has a lot of mono-unsaturated fats.
Supplier: Delicious Oils and Vinegars