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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Carrabba's Bread Dip


It is impossible to go to Carrabba's and not overindulge on the bread and olive oil dip.  IMPOSSIBLE!  The herb combination is great.  I have to make myself stop eating bread and oil so I have room for dinner.  I had already planned to make the copycat Pasta Carrabba when the recipe for their bread dip from Mangio de Sola popped up in my Google Reader.  I was SO excited! 

This recipe is spot on.  It tasted just like Carrabba's.  We loved it.  I only made a third of the recipe below and it was enough for 2 or 3 plates.  I saved the extra for this weekend!  YUM!  Now, if I can find a recipe for the Tagliarini Picchi Pacchiu - I would never have to go back!







Carrabba's Bread Dip
Mangio da Sola
(Printable Recipe)

1 Tbsp crushed red pepper flakes
1 Tbsp crushed black pepper
1 Tbsp dried oregano
1 Tbsp dried rosemary
1 Tbsp dried basil
1 Tbsp dried parsley
1 Tbsp minced garlic
2 tsp garlic salt

In a container with a lid, combine all the ingredients together. Store mixture in the refrigerator until needed.

Put 1 Tbsp of mixture per person in a small saucer with raised edges. Pour extra-virgin olive oil over the mixture, and dip warm sourdough or French bread into the mixture.


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23 comments:

  1. I've never been to Carrabas and actually have one close. You're tempting me to give them a try. This all looks so delicious.

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  2. I loved it to - thanks for the recipe.

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  3. Oh I knoooow what you're talking about. I get full on bread and then eat only a few bites of my food!

    LOL...speaking of dippin it up - here's my word verification

    dipineup dipin e up

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  4. Ummm! I will be trying this!

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  5. Sometimes I'm so full after the bread, I end up taking most of my meal home! Thanks for the recipe- I'll have to try it!

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  6. Woohoo! Besides the Chicken Gratella it's our favorite.

    Thanks for the recipe.

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  7. I am so excited about this recipe! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Oh I've got to try this. Thanks for sharing. And with a photo!

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  9. I've never been to Carrabba's, but I love bread dips like this. Bookmarked it to make next time we're eating Italian :)

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  10. Oh, yeah! I'm ALL over this!
    ~ingrid

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  11. Have you had Carrabba's Zucchini Frites? They are to die for! I LOVE them and the aioli that comes with them. Sigh. I need to find me a Carrabba's 'round here!
    Their side of broccoli is also the best broccoli ever.

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  12. This is an awesome dip. I make it all the time with a sour dough foccasia.

    arlene

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  13. Thanks, Steph! I love recipes like this. I'm planning an olive oil dipping party this fall, and this sounds like a good one to try.

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  15. I just found your site today, and I must tell you how grateful I am for this recipe. I have wanted it for years!

    Am looking forward to devouring your archives!

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  16. I also love the bread and dip.
    I love the bread with Sausage and Lentil Soup.
    Love the Chicken Bryan too....YUM!!
    (I've already eaten the bread)lol

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  17. I work at carrabba's. Tag pic pac recipe:

    (unsure of portion, but it's so simple...)

    Tag pasta (FRESH)

    Pic pac sauce
    (it's uncooked until you mix it with the pasta)
    Extra virgin olive oil
    Crushed roma tomatoes (canned)
    Basil (FRESH)
    Sliced garlic

    Put sauce in pan just to warm up, put in pasta, sautee together until pastas coated. Enjoy. :)

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  18. Thank you for this recipe. I use this so much I call it my everything essence! I linked this page to my blog about kale (of all things...)

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  19. I went to eat at carrabas on valentines and my husband and I fell in love with the dipping sauce..so much in fact that I was looking and tasting the herbs so I could make it home..to my surprise I was spot on and it like a repeat. I love it..thanks for sharing because now I can save a copy

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  20. Oh I added thyme and a pinch of salt

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  21. DELICIOUS!
    Just curious why you store it in the fridge...or did I read the recipe wrong... I thought it was all dried herbs..

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