Sage Flavor - Oil Soluble
Want to capture a sprig of spring with this cool, refreshing, aromatic flavor? Sage is such a fun and versatile herb to flavor with, as it delivers an earthy, slightly peppery taste with hints of mint, eucalyptus, and lemon. With our all-natural flavor, your application will be bursting at the seams with real, true-to-source, long-lasting flavor.
Suitable for a wide-array of applications that require an oil soluble flavoring, and
formulated to be stronger than other sage flavoring methods, our sage flavor is:
- Derived from the highest quality sources
- Certified Kosher
- Free of any added sugar and salt
This flavor is incredible at enhancing dishes with beef, lamb and pork. Be sure to use it in olive oils, dressings and sauces, too.
Try to find a more aromatically appealing flavor than our sage flavoring - we dare you. In case you weren’t already aware, this fragrant flavor is an ideal addition to a wide variety of culinary options. That’s because of its ability to impart fresh, earthy flavor to all your favorite recipes.
- Add sage flavoring to a roasted chicken to enhance the flavor profile.
- Try incorporating this flavoring to your roasted vegetables and watch them sing.
- Creating a delicate pasta dish with sage flavoring and melted butter is simply fantastic.
- Sage flavored stuffing can take your dull pork chops and make them divine.
Why use sage flavor instead of real sage?
Bickford’s sage flavoring is known for its delicate taste and intense herbal aroma, which makes it a bold addition to any dish. Unlike real sage, our all-natural sage flavoring won’t go bad (especially when you want to use it most), and it’s more convenient to store and easier to use than real sage.
Sage Flavor for Oils
If you’re looking to really highlight the garden-fresh flavor of sage (without all the gardening), try mixing a small amount of our flavor into your oil of choice. Our sage flavor uses an oil-soluble base, meaning there’s no emulsification or kitchen alchemy standing in the way of you and a delicious kitchen creation.
Here are a few recipe ideas:
- Drizzle some sage-infused extra virgin olive oil on a delicious steak or piece of fish after cooking
- Add sage flavor to vegetable oil and amp up your sautéed veggies
- Whip up a delicious pesto for pizza, pasta, or dipping.
Looking to add some zing to old kitchen favorites? Oil and vinegar is a universal kitchen combination, and sage oil pairs perfectly with a wide range of vinegars. Sage’s aromatic, woodsy flavor pairs especially well with vinegars that are on the sweeter side—try options like apple cider or champagne vinegar.
Soy Oil and Natural Flavors. Contains Soy.