Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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Organico Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 500ml
Extracting extra virgin olive oil through stone milling and employing a large workforce to ensure rigorous quality control means that the Organico range includes quality oil. Product of Spain.
The Organico Oil story
Founded in 1962 by Manuel Pérez Delgado, in Mora de Toledo, Spain, and based on the business principles of excellence, the company has established a process of constant improvement.
Quality control has led to change in location but also changes in food safety, management of quality and care of the environment as basic priorities.
Extracting extra virgin olive oil through stone milling and employing a large workforce to ensure rigorous quality control means that the Organico range includes quality oil.
Olive oil from Spain.
Grown and milled in Spain
Spanish Olive oil
Important Note: Before use (or consumption if applicable) please always check the label/leaflet/manual of the product for allergens!
Seasonal Recipes containing Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Curried Parsnip Soup
parsnips are a great winter vegetables and very versatile. this recipe is vegetarian, but you can make it vegan by substituting the yogurt for a soya version. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Potato & Leek Soup
Warming winter soup. If you serve it with 100% rye bread and (dairy free) cheese you'll have a simple and nutritious meal. This recipe contains 1tbsp olive oil.
- Cauliflower & Carrot Curry
Cauliflowers are in season almost all year round, there are varieties which are even called 'year round'! A very simple dish, you can just watch something while waiting for it to cook. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Super Simple Vegan Pasta
This recipe reminds me of my student days, when money was tight and cooking wasn’t high on my list of priorities. But with this dish you are getting all the 5 major food groups: carbohydrates from the pasta, vitamins from the vegetables, oil from the olive oil, protein and a dairy-alternative from the cream cheese. On top of that, it’s low in saturated fats and the olive oil helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels too. Delicious and nutritious! This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Gratin with Red Onions
Enjoy this gluten free gratin with a nice leafy salad from the garden (or the supermarket)! This recipe contains 2tbsp olive oil.
- Tofu and Courgette stir fry
Courgettes are in season in July and August and can be used for many different dishes. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Beans, peas and more beans
A recipe with plenty of green, spring vegetables like French beans, peas and broad beans. Salmon provides protein and Omega 3. This recipe is also seasonal in July and August. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Potato Tortilla with runner beans
Vegetarian potato tortilla with seasonal runner beans. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- End of Season Fried Rice
This fried rice uses carrots and leeks, which are still available. And when you have grown them yourself, these will be the last before the new lot is ready! This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Stuffed Courgettes
You can use large, round courgettes or small round squashes for this seasonal recipe. I have used an egg to make the filling more firm, but you can leave the egg out to make it suitable for vegans. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Totally Green!
This pasta dish uses green ingredients, like spinach pasta, basil tofu and garden peas. You can also use purslane instead of rocket leaves! This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Spanish Style Kale
Curly kale, or borecole, is in season more or less year-round. I grow it myself and I can start picking from August right until March! This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Celeriac & Mustard Soup
A seasonal recipe using seasonal vegetables like celeriac and onions. Simple and quick to make! This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Nettle Soup
Nettle soup is not weird, not awful and not stingy! Go on, have a try! This deep-green soup is high in certain minerals and vitamins. They are extremely high in vitamin A (40% compared to 28% in carrots!). They are also high in calcium and iron, minerals women need lots of. This recipe contains 50g butter or olive oil.
- Pasta with lentils and sausages
Venison has less environmental impact than beef or pork, but make sure you get wild venison. This should be available from a farmer's market or a good butcher. You could also use pheasant sausages instead. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Couscous with Vegan Cheese
A vegan recipe using Greek style cheese from Bute Island, couscous and dates. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Lentil & Rice Salad
This lentil dish is vegan, seasonal and gluten free. Because you are only using onions and chives as 'vegetables', you can eat this seasonally from March right until the end of October. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Pasta with Nori
Nori is a sea vegetable high in iodine. You can use it not only for making sushi, but also in this summery gluten free pasta dish. This recipe contains 50 ml olive oil.
- Freekeh Salad
Enjoy at barbecues, garden parties or as a light meal! This recipe contains 7tbsp Olive oil.
- Vegan Carrot Hotdog
What a fun recipe and good way to introduce kids to vegan foods! And very tasty too, if I may say so!! This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Mung Bean and Kale Soup
Nutritional fact: Mung beans are a healthy alternative to meat. They are relatively high in protein, iron, magnesium and especially vitamin B6, which is needed for proper absorption of vitamin B12. This recipe contains 3tbsp olive oil.
- Pink Quinoa with roasted beetroot
A festive and colourful, healthy meal. Suitable for vegans when using the ingredients listed. A real eye catcher for the Christmas table! This recipe contains 3tbsp olive oil.
- Sauerkraut with lentils and potatoes
You can add meat to this dish, but the lentils are sufficient as a meat replacer. They are high in protein, fibre and iron and a range of different vitamins and minerals. Low in cholesterol and low in calories, lentils are a indeed a very healthy replacement for meat. This recipe contains 4tbsp olive oil.
- Homemade Houmous (Hummus)
Houmous is packed full of essential nutrients like zinc, selenium and calcium as well as being a great source of healthy fats from the olive oil and tahini. Ready-made houmous makes a really handy snack, and it’s easy to make at home too! This recipe contains 2 tbsp (or more) olive or rapeseed oil.
- Very green burgers
Make sure your children are eating enough green vegetables with these vegetarian burgers. Chock-a-block with green veggies! Both chard and spinach are in season during the summer months, so are broad beans. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Noodles and tomato sauce
September is the season for tomatoes! Use them in salads, tomato soup or in pasta dishes, like this gluten free, dairy free and egg free fettuccine meal. This recipe contains 2tbsp olive oil.
- Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie
Sadly, I couldn’t find a gluten free and vegan/vegetarian mince, so I’ve gone for the gluten free one. The Quorn vegetarian mince contains egg white, so is not suitable for vegans. There is a vegan one available from Vegi Deli, but that’s made with wheat flour, so not gluten free. This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Beetroot with fishcakes
You can either buy pre-cooked beetroot or uncooked beetroot. Allow roughly 3 beetroots per person. This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Tuna Beetroot Sandwich
Beetroot is in season for many months, this tasty sandwich uses beetroot, radishes and tuna. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Vegan Meatloaf
Yes, you can serve meatloaf without the meat! This recipe is also gluten free, dairy free and egg free. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Couscous with soya mince
A delicious vegan recipe with seasonal tomatoes and soya mince for extra protein. This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Rice Salad with Radishes
Simple, nutritious, vegan, and ideal for picnics! This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Cream of Asparagus Soup
Green soups can be nice too! British grown asparagus are only available for a very short time, so make the most of it while you can! This recipe contains Olive oil.
- Roast Vegetable Wellingtons
A very festive dish to please both vegans and meat eaters! I’m going to try it myself... it just sounds so tasty! Apparently Jus-Rol puff pastry is suitable for vegans, but best to check! This recipe contains 6 tbsp olive oil.
- Pizza with brussels sprouts and 'bacon'
What a brilliant way to get children to like Brussels sprouts! This recipe contains Drizzle of olive oil.
- Vegan Chocolate Cake
Dairy free, egg free, lactose free and it still tastes of chocolate! This cake is a winner amongst friends and family. Serve with dairy free cream or just on its own. This recipe contains 150ml olive oil.
- Tempeh 'bacon' breakfast
Who knew you can have a vegetarian fry-up breakfast?! This tempeh has been marinated to resemble bacon. This recipe contains 6 tbsp olive oil.
- Carrot Salad with Butter beans
This recipe contains 1tbsp olive oil.
- Vegan Risotto with garden peas
Asparagus are only in season for a very short time. British grown asparagus is really only available in May and June, so make the most of it! This recipe contains Olive oil.
- Jerusalem Artichoke Soup
Jerusalem Artichokes are a real winter vegetable, don’t worry too much if you produce a lot of, er, ‘wind’ the next day, that’s completely normal because Jerusalem artichokes contain a fibre called inulin which ferments rather than digests, thus creating gas. Some good independent greengrocers will stock these knobbly roots, but if you can’t find them, you can always substitute with parsnips. This recipe contains Olive oil.
- Chunky Root Vegetable & Cabbage Soup
Using seasonal vegetables like savoy cabbage, turnips and carrots to create a low calorie, high fibre healthy soup. This recipe contains 1 1/2 tbsp olive oil.
- Rainbow Salad
A fresh, vegan salad made with seasonal vegetables and joint supporting oils. Enjoy with an 'Indian Summer' barbecue, as lunch or as a side dish to Taifun sausages or tofu. This recipe contains 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil.
- Anti-inflammatory Curry
Courtesy of Viridian. This curry contains lots of anti-inflammatory ingredients, healthy seasonal vegetables and lots of taste. Spinach is available from end of April until end of October, so when you make this curry in these months it has a lower environmental impact. This recipe contains 1 tablespoon olive oil.
- Buckwheat & Coconut Bread
Try this delicious gluten free buckwheat & coconut bread from A. Vogel toasted or served with (dairy free) cream cheese. This recipe contains 1 tblsp olive oil.
- Kale Soup
Using kale and carrots, this soup has high levels of beta-carotene, which your body transforms into vitamin A. Use Engevita to make this dish vegan. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Pigeon with roasted parsnip
How can we reduce the pigeon population? By eating them! Pigeon breast is very high in iron and b-vitamins and low in cholesterol. It's also a very local and seasonal meat. Get it from your farmer's market, if you are not able to find it, you can substitute it with liver. This recipe contains 1 tbsp olive oil.
- Three Bean Curry
This vegan recipe is full of flavour and all the family can enjoy it, it's a deliciously hearty and healthy veggie curry that tastes delicious and is simple to make and packed with protein. This recipe contains 1/3 cup of light olive oil.
- Carrot, Coconut and Peanut Butter Soup with Carrot Top Pesto
A sweet and warming winter soup, although carrots are in season more or less year round! This recipe contains 180ml olive oil.
- 'Weedy' Omelette
As long as you know which weed is which, you can make very healthy dishes for virtually nothing! This recipe contains 1tbsp olive oil.
- Cheesy Courgette & Sweetcorn Muffins
These savoury muffins are the perfect entrée to any vegan meal and a real Sheesy treat and just another example of healthy, guilt free nibbles made possible with our dairy free Sheese range. This recipe contains 2 tablespoons olive oil.
- Couscous Salad with parsley
Another couscous salad, the varieties are endless. This salad goes well with a barbecue or a picnic in the park. This recipe contains 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil.
- Omelette with kale
A vegetarian omelette made with curly kale (kale) which is in season all winter! Remember, if you grow your own, kale is also in season in Summer. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Stuffed Bell Pepper with Quinoa
A colourful dish with seasonal vegetables. Quinoa is high in protein, but you could add a vegetarian sausage if you like (read the label if you have any allergies). This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Chard & Onion Quiche
A vegetarian dish made with chard and onions, which are in season from June until October. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Buckwheat Risotto
This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Creamy Swede Soup
Swedes are the small turnips often with a purple top. You can find them in independent greengrocer shops. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Pizza with mushrooms and kale
You can make this seasonal pizza recipe in Summer or Winter as kale is in season in both months. This recipe contains 2 tbsp olive oil.
- Pink summer salad
Also goes well with barbecues... parties... for lunch or... you get the idea! This recipe contains 2tbsp Meridian Olive oil.
- Lentil and Sheese Burgers
A vegetarian recipe, serve with potatoes and pickled vegetables or sauerkraut for a seasonal dish. This recipe contains 2tbsp olive oil.
- Fresh Tomato Soup
This tomato soup recipe is gluten free, vegetarian and vegan. This recipe contains 2tbsp olive oil.
- Salad with sauerkraut
Another tasty way of eating sauerkraut. Sauerkraut is lacto-fermented so shouldn't contain vinegar! Our sauerkraut is raw and real! This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Vegan Lasagne
This vegan lasagne uses vegan ingredients and gluten free lasagne sheets. And to make it even greener, it's made with seasonal ingredients. This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Wheat Grain Salad with Vegan Feta
Never tried wheat grains? Try this easy to make and tasty recipe with whole wheat grain. I've grown wheat in my garden, it grows pretty well. Try to grow some yourself, it doesn't need acres! This recipe contains 3 tbsp olive oil.
- Gluten Free and Vegan Pasta with Courgettes
This easy to make pasta is free from dairy, gluten, egg and is vegetarian and vegan. With seasonal vegetables like courgette! This recipe contains 3tbsp olive oil.
- Parsnip Soup with Mushrooms
A vegetarian soup made with seasonal ingredients. Parsnips are available from the UK in the winter months. This recipe contains 4 tbsp olive oil.
- Pumpkin Potato Dish (Dutch style..)
Stamppot is a very traditional Dutch way of cooking meals. Basically, you can mash any vegetable with potatoes and serve it with gravy and sausages. Try cooked onions, carrot and potato mash (Hutspot), raw endive or lettuce and potato mash (andijviestamp) or curly kale with mashed potato (boerenkoolstamp). This recipe contains 4 tbsp olive oil.
- Courgette & Peas Salad
Try this vegetarian salad with any meat replacement, barbecues or as a lunch. Also suitable for vegans. This recipe contains 4tbsp olive oil.
- Salad with spelt, carrot and grapefruit
You can substitute the spelt with wheat grain. This recipe contains 4tbsp olive oil.
- Pasta with (vegan) Salami and French beans
Another easy to make pasta, the pasta is free from gluten but the salami is not, if you're not vegetarian you could try and find a gluten free salami. This recipe contains 4tbsp olive oil.
- Mashed Potato with Broad Beans
Sorry, another mashed potato dish... Broad beans are in season from the end of May. Broad beans are high in potassium and protein and you can use cooked broad beans in salads, pasta dishes or omelettes. Broad beans are pretty versatile. This recipe contains 4tbsp olive oil.
- Beetroot Hummus
Hummus or houmous is made with chickpeas and tahini. It is a very healthy side dish which can be served with seasonal vegetables and bread of all sorts. This recipe contains 50 ml olive oil.
- Marinated Beetroot and goat's cheese
This recipe contains 6 tbsp olive oil.
- Spaghetti with almonds and broccoli
You can use spelt spaghetti or opt for gluten free spaghetti. This recipe contains 75ml olive oil.
- Trout & almond pesto Sea Spaghetti
What a great and healthy early summer dish! This recipe contains About 100ml of olive oil.
- Smashed Pea & Almond Toasts
Sourdough bread is available from our shop every week from Thursday! This recipe contains Drizzle of olive oil.
- Greens from the Greenhouse Salad
Something I make every spring with fresh new salad leaves. Any green leaves you might have or can buy or if you are feeling a little adventurous, you can add some dandelion or ground elder leaves to the mix - as long as you are certain you are able to identify the right plant! This recipe contains extra virgin olive oil.
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