This and that: Using Up Leftovers With the Help of Pompeian Grapeseed Oil

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Using Up Leftovers With the Help of Pompeian Grapeseed Oil

I received this product from Smiley360 in exchange for my honest opinion and review.

Last month I received Pompeian Extra Virgin Olive Oil and I made Mustard Crusty Chicken and Couscous Cake with Mango and Ginger Salsa.  So I was excited to receive their new product ~ Grapeseed Oil Spray.

I will be the first to say that I don't really like cooking sprays.  Needless to say I do use them once in a while. This Grapeseed Oil seems different from the first spray.  Instead of getting a mist or not much of anything from other sprays, this spray looks and feels like oil.

Pompeian 100% Grapeseed Oil is all natural and light. There is no propellant mixed in with the oil so it is 100% oil and you can see it as you spray.  I also love that by the pressure of your finger you can deliver the oil differently ~ by drip, steam or spray. I have used the oil on my waffle iron, making stir fry and sauteing and it has worked wonderfully.  It also worked perfectly for making Quesadillas and using up your Thanksgiving Leftovers.

Turkey and Cranberry Quesadilla
2 8in flour tortilla (can also use corn if you want to be gluten free)
left over turkey
bacon slice
left over cranberry sauce
Pompeian 100% Grapeseed Oil Spray

Spray cast iron pan or skillet with Grapeseed Oil Spray.
Add one tortilla to pan.
Spread desired amount of crumbled turkey, bacon, onions, cranberry sauce and cheese.
Add second tortilla over mixture.
Cook on medium high until cheese is melted.
Flip tortilla over and cook other side.

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Disclamer:  I received this product,  from smiley360, for my honest review on this product.  All opinions are 100% mine. I did not receive any compensation for my review.

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  1. How interesting! I've never used grapeseed oil before. What's the flavor like, or is there really any to it? The quesadillas sound AMAZING. I might have to make some turkey just so I can have one!!! :)

    Thanks for sharing on the Daily Blog Boost!

    - Brooke -

  2. Sounds really good! And it's a perfect way to use up that leftover turkey that's still in my fridge. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Very unique recipe! Cool idea for the holidays.

  4. My mother used to love to make turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce. I'm sure she would have loved these quesadillas as well. They look delicious!

  5. What a great product! And an excellent dish to use up those holiday leftovers :)


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