Recipes

Looking for ways to infuse your meals with flavorful, organic ingredients? So are we! Our own Chef Linda Duggan is always creating new recipes that let Olivia’s products shine. The following recipes are for meals simple to gourmet – tasty ideas for all different times of day. Check back often for her latest additions.

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Blueberry Basil Vinaigrette

Categories: Dressing

Sometimes it's just ALL about the dressing! Fresh picked blueberries and garden basil make this viniagrette seasonally spectacular.

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Kale & Spinach Pesto

Categories: Dressing, Kale, Spinach

This pesto was all the rage when served at the NYC Wine and Food Festival! It's quick and easy to make, and its ingredients can be found fresh all year long!

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Buttermilk Salad Dressing

Categories: Dressing

Creamy, cool and delicious! Dress any salad with this favorite. Great for dipping too! Recipe yields 1 cup plus.

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Lemon Dijon Vinaigrette

Categories: Dressing

Excellent on kale salad or drizzled over a bed of baby arugula. Chef Linda suggests using this dressing as a marinade for chicken, fish, beef or pork.  

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Balsamic Goat Cheese Dressing

Categories: Dressing

Simply fabulous. Your salad will thank you!

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Creamy Jalapeno Dressing

Categories: Dressing

Turn up the dial with a bit of heat! A spicy addition to a salad, an excellent spread for a sandwich, or enjoy as a dip. 

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Orange Viniagrette

Categories: Dressing

Whisk up this easy viniagrette and add a fresh and bright citrus flavor to your favorite greens or vegi's.

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Green Goddess Dressing

Categories: Arugula, Dressing

A green dream for sure! Easy to switch up the flavors with different greens, herbs, avocado, chives, anchovies...  YUM!
Recipe courtesy of Chef Linda Duggan

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Spinach-Tomato Salsa

Categories: Appetizer, Dressing, Spinach

Salsa just got better, fresher and tastier. Only 15 minutes till snacking - or use a food processor for even more speed.
Recipe courtesy of Chef Linda Duggan

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