Nut Oils for the Culinary Industry

Almond, walnut, hazelnut, and pistachio oils are prized ingredients in culinary applications and food production for their unique flavors, nutritional benefits, and versatility. 


Nut oils impart distinct flavors to dishes, enhancing their taste profiles. Almond oil, for example, adds a subtle nuttiness to baked goods, salads, and desserts, while walnut oil contributes a rich, slightly bitter flavor to salads, pasta dishes, and sauces. Hazelnut oil lends a delicate, sweet flavor to dishes, particularly in desserts and savory dishes, and pistachio oil adds a subtle nuttiness to dressings, sauces, and marinades.

Salad Dressings and Vinaigrettes

Nut oils are frequently used as key ingredients in salad dressings and vinaigrettes. Their rich flavors complement various salad ingredients, and their smooth textures help emulsify dressings. Almond, walnut, hazelnut, and pistachio oils can be combined with vinegar or citrus juice, herbs, and seasonings to create flavorful dressings for salads and vegetable dishes.

Marinades and Sauces

Our oils add depth of flavor to marinades and sauces for meats, poultry, seafood, and vegetables. They can be used as a base for marinades, combined with herbs, spices, and other ingredients to infuse dishes with nutty aromas and flavors. Additionally, nut oils can be drizzled over cooked dishes as a finishing touch to enhance their taste.

Baking and Desserts

The versatile ingredients may be used in baking and dessert recipes, adding moisture, richness, and flavor to a wide range of sweet treats. Almond oil is commonly used in almond-flavored cakes, cookies, and pastries, while walnut oil can be incorporated into bread, brownies, and tarts for a nutty taste. Hazelnut oil pairs well with chocolate desserts, such as truffles, cakes, and cookies, and pistachio oil can be used in ice creams, custards, and biscotti.

Drizzling and Finishing Oils

Nut oils are often used as finishing oils to add a final flourish of flavor to dishes. They can be drizzled over roasted vegetables, grilled meats, seafood, and salads to enhance their taste and appearance. Nut oils can also be used as dipping oils for bread or as a garnish for soups and risottos.

Infusions and Flavored Oils

Infused nut oils add complexity and depth to dishes, allowing chefs to customize flavors according to their preferences. Common flavor infusions include garlic, herbs such as rosemary or thyme, and spices like chili flakes or black pepper.

Overall, nut oils are prized ingredients in culinary applications for their versatility, flavor profiles, and nutritional benefits. Whether used in salad dressings, marinades, baked goods, or as finishing oils, they add a touch of sophistication and richness to a wide range of dishes.

Our production facility has implemented a robust Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) food safety program and is Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) certified . All our products and packaging are food grade and allergen-free.

Nut oils are full of health benefits, including Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin E, and unsaturated fats, while adding a light, nutty flavor.