Hazelnut oil is an appetizing addition to salads, marinades or homemade mayonnaise. Use hazelnut oil in baked goods with nuts for an amplified sweet and nutty flavor. We especially love this light oil in a simple vinaigrette or tossed over sauteed vegetables such as brussels sprouts.
Uses for Hazelnut Oil
Culinarily, use hazelnut oil to complement vanilla, citrus or other fruit flavors such as raspberry. It’s a great oil to use in making pesto sauce, as the sweet nutty flavor softens the intensity of raw basil.
Topically, hazelnut oil is used to treat skin conditions such as scarring, and to strengthen hair and nails. Hazelnut oil works as an aromatherapy and is also popularly used in massage therapy.
Ratings & Reviews
It has a nice, sweet taste. The taste is obvious in pancakes.Shelby, Birmingham, AL
Very well packagedgwen, chalmette, LA
I ordered a bottle of Hazelnut Oil and was so surprised it was shipped to me within 2 days all the way from New Jersey. It was exactly what I wanted and perfect for my brussel sprouts dish. I could not find anywhere in La that had this type of oil in off-season from the holidays. Very Happy with the quick and quality service!Elizabeth, Los Angeles, CA
Loved the hazelnuts...so fresh and crunchy. The hazelnut oil is perfect also. Just the right size, not too big, so I can use it up while still fresh. The packaging and cute box the nuts were shipped in made me smile. I will definitely remember nuts.com when it's time to order agin.Susan, Florida
Hazelnut Oil Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||120|
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: Turkey