I had just taken out a batch of roasted tofu from the oven when I thought maybe I should try it with that new olive oil I got in the mail. I had received a complimentary bottle of Kenzoil from the manufacturer and was debating what to do with it.
I must admit I wasn’t sure what to expect when I was first contacted to try the stuff. I mean, come on, it’s a bottle of oil with herbs in it. As it turns out, Kenzoil is delicious as a dip for tofu. I also sprinkle a little on white rice as I didn’t have any bread to dip and that’s tasty as well. The flavor is subtly of basil and garlic with just a hint of spiciness.
Besides the fresh basil and garlic, I believe it’s those spices that put it over the top and makes it so different and special. I noticed how the label doesn’t list exactly what the spices are, it must be a secret recipe.
It’s all-natural, vegan, raw, dairy free, gluten free and nut free. Not to mention low sodium, no vinegar, no sugar and no preservatives. Just like I would make at home if I had the time and if I wasn’t so lazy and if I knew the actual recipe.
Fortunately, Kenzoil is available online and in some Midwest stores if you happen to live out there.