369 recipes for "olive"
Lemon and Olive Chicken

Lemon and Olive Chicken

Jul 15, 2009

Lemon and olives pique taste buds with lively flavours. Serve with oven-roasted potato wedges tossed with olive oil.

Sicilian Marinated Olives

Sicilian Marinated Olives

Nov 13, 2017 Appetizers

Olive oil, fennel seeds and juice from an orange combine to make a zesty coating for olives. This mixture can also be used to marinate various cheeses, such as bocconcini, feta, Gouda or smoked mozzarella.

Warm Mixed Olives and Chorizo

Warm Mixed Olives and Chorizo

This warm appetizer blends sweet, smoky and spicy Mediterranean flavours. Use any kind of unpitted green and black olives, which are available at deli counters and supermarkets. Serve with cocktail picks.

Olive, Pepper and Asiago Pinwheels

Olive, Pepper and Asiago Pinwheels

Jul 14, 2005

Frozen puff pastry is convenient to have on hand for last-minute or freeze-ahead appetizers. Here, it encloses a tasty swirl of black olives, red peppers and Asiago cheese.

Sun-Dried Tomato and Olive Easy Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread

Sun-Dried Tomato and Olive Easy Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread

Jan 1, 2014

Sun-dried tomatoes have a sweet edge that complements the saltiness of the olives in this loaf. It's great for sandwiches, of course, but thicker slices are a tasty addition to an antipasto tray. Or try them dipped in fruity olive oil for a restaurant-style starter

Olive Boule

Olive Boule

May 7, 2008

Don't let the two-step process of this special round loaf scare you. The first step takes a mere 10 minutes and is key to developing the loaf's deep granary flavour. Spraying the oven in the initial stage of baking produces a thick, chewy, deep golden crust.

Olive and Fennel Bread

Olive and Fennel Bread

Sep 6, 2011

Crusty on the outside, this Italian-inspired loaf has a wholesome chewy texture inside. It uses a biga, an Italian starter, similar to a French levain but much drier. It's easy to make and just takes a few minutes the day before baking; just make sure your bowl is large because it will rise quite high while it stands overnight.

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