Warm fresh bread dipped into olive oil and balsamic vinegar is so simple, yet the flavor is invigorating.
You can serve fresh warm bread with homemade dips and sauces as a savory appetizer to kick off a dinner party.
- crab dip
- extra virgin olive oil and balsamic reduction
- spinach dip
- tomato dipping sauce
- shrimp dip
- garlic dip
- queso dip
- French onion dip
- bacon cheese dip
- corn dip
- extra virgin olive oil, fresh basil, minced garlic, sundried tomatoes, grated parmesan cheese
- jalapeno popper dip
- pizza sauce
- chili queso dip
- garlic parmesan olive oil bread dip
- cream cheese taco dip
- fresh pesto and olive oil
- cream cheese, bacon, cheese, and green onion dip
- spinach and artichoke dip
- dill pickle dip
- green olive dip
- Mediterranean feta dip
- deviled egg dip
- beer cheese dip
- cilantro lime avocado dip
- olive, artichoke and feta dip
- party chip dip
- everything bagel dip
What kind of bread is best for dipping?
Select a bread that’s fresh, fluffy, bounces back easily, and isn’t too dense.
How to serve your bread for dipping?
Serve your bread on a large platter. Cut your bread into bite sized pieces that are 1-2” long. People will be less likely to double dip if you cut the bread into small pieces. You could also put toothpicks into the bite sized pieces for easy dipping if your sauce isn’t too thick. This will work well for thin sauces or oil based sauces.
What kind of olive oil is best for dipping bread with?
The best olive oil for dipping bread with is extra virgin olive oil. It’s unrefined, making it the best possible olive oil you can use. It has low levels of oleic acid, making it much less acidic than regular olive oil. Since it’s less acidic, it’s easier on the mouth making it smooth and tasty to eat.