Expeller-Pressed · High-Heat · Neutral Flavor
Grapes have seduced humans for centuries with their fabled red and white nectars. But they have another tempting aspect as well. When pressed, tiny grapeseeds yield green-colored oil with remarkable properties. La Tourangelle Expeller-Pressed Grapeseed Oil has a light flavor and contains a high level of polyunsaturated fat. It can also be heated up to 450°F, making it an ideal healthy cooking partner.
Cooking Temperature: High
Cooking Uses: Sauté, fry, grill
Flavor: Neutral, everyday cooking oil
Pan Seared Brazino
- Lemon Poppy Cake
- Jelly Donuts (Sufganiyot)
- Persimmon and Pomegranate Pork Chops
- Chickpea and Quinoa Veggie Burgers
In my last batch of mayonnaise, I used a 50/50 blend of grapeseed sunflower oils, and it was one of my best mayonnaise experiments.
Frying/browning things in grapeseed oil is healthier than all other oils, browns beautifully and leaves no "after" taste to take away from other seasonings.
Canola oil tends to be fishy, I don't much care for peanut oil. La Tourangelle grapeseed oil is a wonderful find, I know it will always be totally fresh and the smoke point is high, plus its flavor is nonexistent to me, which works for so many things. So glad I found it.