These juicy and fragrant roasted olives, served warm and kicked up with our Spice of Life Seasoning, will be the star of your next charcuterie board.
By Esther Reynolds
Spiced and Roasted Olives
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Elevate your charcuterie game to a whole new level with a snack that's about to steal the spotlight – spiced and roasted olives! If you're a fan of those delightful little flavor bombs on charcuterie boards but are ready to take things up a notch, you're in for a treat. Today, we're diving into the world of olives, giving them a well seasoned makeover and a roast that'll have you reaching for more.
Picture this: a charcuterie board filled with an array of cured meats, artisanal cheeses, and now, a bowl of savory, juicy seasoned olives that brings a burst of Mediterranean flair to the party. It's the kind of snack that adds that perfect pop of flavor, creating a harmony of tastes that will have your taste buds doing a happy dance. We're not just talking about any olives here – we're talking about olives that have been seasoned, roasted to perfection, and are ready to be the star of your charcuterie show.
Why settle for plain ol' olives when you can have them roasted to enhance their natural goodness and then spiced with our Spice of Life Seasoning to add a kick of excitement? It's the culinary equivalent of turning up the volume on your favorite song – familiar yet somehow even better. This recipe is your ticket to becoming the charcuterie connoisseur among your friends, bringing a dish that has them asking, "Where did you get these olives?"
So, whether you're a seasoned charcuterie enthusiast or just starting to dabble in the world of curated snack boards, get ready to embark on a journey of flavors. It's time to upgrade your snacking game and add a new dimension to your charcuterie experience. Let's dive into the delectable details of this savory and satisfying olive adventure!
Combine all ingredients in a bowl and toss well. Transfer mixture to a large piece of aluminum foil and fold foil up and around olives to form a pouch. Alternatively, transfer mixture to an oven-safe baking dish and cover with a lid.
Bake until olives are softened and heated through, about 20 minutes. Serve warm.