Top 3 Recipes to Use Olive Pomace Oil In.

by Luessi Dino I am a Writer

Any recipe that has olive oil in it comes out absolutely beautiful no matter which olive oil is being used. This holds true for olive pomace oil too.  Though you can use pretty much any olive oil in the following recipes, except maybe extra virgin olive oil, olive pomace oil makes for a healthier, cheaper alternative for sure. Have a look at these recipes.

How many times and how often have you actually researched and googled about what can be cooked using different kind of oils? We understand that the olive oil family can be particularly difficult to work with, but it definitely has its fair share of benefits without a doubt. Olive pomace oil in particular, though might seem like a mere reflection of its more expensive counterparts, does possess the major health benefits that most olive oils do.

To make sure that you are able to derive these health benefits to the fullest in your daily life, here are a few recipes made using olive pomace oil. Have a look.


The basic mayonnaise

Now who doesn't like a good rich mayo? Of course, we have gotten used to the store-bought kind, but trust us, making one equally delicious, if not better, is not all that hard. Here is all you have got to do!/


  • 1 egg yolk

  • 1 tbsp lemon juice, preferably fresh

  • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard

  • 1 cup pomace olive oil

  • Salt to taste




  • For the basic method you need to have either. A hand blender or a food processor

  • Place all the ingredients in a tall jar, and let them get settled for sometime

  • Now using the hand blender, start blending.

  • After sometime, you will start to see mayo forming and this is when you need to create tension by gently moving the blender up and down.

  • Stop doing this when the oil is beautifully emulsified in the mayo and it forms a nice and thick consistency.

  • Adjust the salt if needed and store in an airtight jar in the refrigerator.

  • Stuffed bell peppers the Indian way


Stuffed bell peppers spread a wave of nostalgia across our minds because at one point they used to be a staple and seemed so exotic right? Well, things got easier and definitely more convenient for sure. Another one of the olive oil products being used here to elevate the health quotient.




The peppers:


  • 2 tbsp of a cholesterol free cooking oil (like olive pomace)

  • 5-6 small bell peppers

  • The stuffing:

  • 2 medium potatoes boiled and mashed

  • 1 big onion, chopped

  • 1 tsp pomace oil

  • 1 tsp ginger garlic paste

  • 1 tsp chilli powder

  • 2 tsp coriander powder

  • 1 tsp cumin powder

  • A pinch of turmeric

  • Salt to taste




Prepare the bell peppers by removing the stem and seeds from within while keeping the vegetable intact.

Coat the outside of the bell peppers with oil.

Set aside

For the stuffing, heat  oil in a wok and add the onions and cook till they are translucent.

Add the ginger garlic paste and cook till the rawness of the paste fades

Add the other Masalas and cook a little. Add water if mixture seems dry

Add the mashed potato and mix well. Adjust the salt to your liking.

Once everything is incorporated into the stuffing set aside to cool.

Stuff the bell peppers with the mixture and cook according to the method most convenient for you.

You can either roast the peppers in an oven, or a convection microwave, cook it in an air fryer or simply shallow fry it in the pan.

Just take your pick.

Serve hot!

Jeera aloo

Who does not love the classic jeera aloo eh? We sure do! So why not make it in pomace oil?



  • 4-5 medium sliced potatoes, steamed, peeled and cut into small cubes

  • 2 tbsp olive pomace oil

  • ½ tsp turmeric powder

  • ½ tsp cumin seeds

  • ½ tsp chilli powder




Heat oil in a pan and add the cumin seeds.

Let them splutter before adding the other ingredients


Mix all of them well and cook till the potatoes go soft.


Serve hot!

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