Hollywood Safflower Oil, 32 Oz

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Naturally expeller pressed oil Made without the use of harsh chemicals or solvents, and contains no artificial colors or flavors Enriched with Vitamin E, an antioxidant Hollywood is a brand committed to producing high quality oils and foods Great to use for dressings or low heat cooking; smoke point up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit

$11.91

Based on 10 reviews

5.0 overall
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  1. Ryan Sherman

    The item description and the comments inconsistently report whether this oil has a high or a low smoke point. I put it to the test with my trusty thermapen.The sample I tested had a smoke point of approximately 475 degrees F, which is consistent with a refined safflower oil. This oil is perfect for high-heat cooking, and cast iron/carbon steel seasoning assuming your oven can hit 500 degrees F.

    Ryan Sherman

  2. Cassidy K.V.

    If you’ve tried making stir-fry dishes and they came out too oily, then let me recommend this product to you.Safflower oil is PEFECT for stir-frying dishes! It has a high smoke point, meaning it can stand higher temperatures than some other, more popular oils, and, best of all, it’s virtually flavourless! Of course, you may still want a tiny bit of sesame oil for flavour – a little flavoured oil is good in a stir-fry. But too much spoils the dish! If that’s ever been your problem, then look no further than this. Safflower oil is great!

    Cassidy K.V.

  3. Valerie

    I use this half and half with organic olive oil to make homemade mayonnaise. 1/4 cup oil, 1 T. Lemon juice, 3/4 T. Apple cider vinegar with the mother :)1/2 tsp Celtic sea salt, 1/2 tsp. Colemans powdered mustard, 1/2 tsp. sugar or xylitol, 1 healthy raw egg. ( I use organic and have had no problems) Mix in small food processor for 2 minutes.. Then drizzle the remaking oil through the tube while running. Mix till thickened. It’s the best with none of the bad stuff. Enjoy!

    Valerie

  4. HighMountainColumbine

    Certain cooking oils (such as vegetable and canola oils) are not as healthful as their promoters would have you believe, and some have even been genetically modified (see draxe.com/nutrition/canola-oil-gm.) For an alternative that doesn’t add a strong flavor to foods that’s both light and healthy, safflower oil is my go-to cooking oil every time. It can be heated to a higher temperature than many oils, which makes it ideal to sauté foods. By adding a teaspoon of it to the boiling water, I use it to keep pasta from clumping together; I replace the melted butter in pancake batter with an equal measure of safflower oil, and pancakes are light and flavorful as they ever were. (And I have completely abandoned use of margarine; after learning how it’s made and the ingredients in it, I’ve concluded you might as well drink motor oil straight from the bottle.) But this is a review for safflower oil, so for the purposes most pertinent to the review, I can truthfully say I will go to any length to find this product for its superior taste (or lack thereof), and quality. It comes with high recommendation from my kitchen to yours.

    HighMountainColumbine

  5. Happy camper

    I got this to make some beauty products. This is a good size bottle for the price. It came fast and was exactly what I wanted and needed. This oil is enriched with vitamin e which makes it great for the skin. Since I won’t be cooking with this, I don’t have to worry about the higher smoke point. Plus I haven’t burnt anything since I was a kid. I love that fact that this is all natural, with no artificial flavors or ingredients, one of the reasons I got it. That makes it even better for you all the way around. It is 32 ounces and comes in one big bottle. The bottle looks exactly as the picture shows.

    Happy camper

  6. Slushpuppy154

    I bought this oil after searching for a thin cooking oil with a high smoke point. When I searched a cooking oil viscosity chart, I found Safflower oil to be among the least viscous with a really high smoke point. It seemed to be just what I needed. Unfortunately for me, that rating must have been used for highly processed Safflower oil instead of this expeller pressed oil. The Safflower oil I received is very thick and viscous (easily as thick as olive oil). I am sure it’s healthy stuff and will enjoy using it in place of the peanut oil I have been using instead. The product is clearly not bad, but the information I used to make my purchase was at fault.

    Slushpuppy154

  7. hintowe

    I use this oil as an after shower moisturizer to combat my dry skin. While still wet from the shower, I rub this all over and then pat dry with my towel as necessary. It keeps my skin feeling soft all day long. I still haven’t found a lotion that compares.

    hintowe

  8. shannonbaker927

    Well tolerated for my German Shepherds diet additive. They love this oil and it makes their coat so nice. My one female is a true alpha and has some anxiety associated with her breed. She is constantly scratching in winter and shedding because she doesn’t drink enough water but our male is exactly opposite of her in behavior and he drinks a lot of water. He hardly sheds. This oil was initially prescribed to help her shedding but it doesn’t help dryness. I use it for both to give extra fuel for hard workouts in a very cold climate and it works well for that. Good price for a hard to find oil to supplement my dogs diet.

    shannonbaker927

  9. CKB

    I use this cooking oil for most recipes calling for vegetable oil such as in cakes and cookies as well as a cooking oil when frying up vegetables or any other item needing an oil heated to a high temperature. I prefer this over olive oil because it has a much milder taste and heats to higher temperatures. It is a little pricey, but it appears to have a good shelf life and does not seem to have a flavor change that I have found in typical oils.

    CKB

  10. deb

    Sapphire oil is a necessary component 4 traditional popcorn I make many times a week with my grandsons. Pacific type of brewer’s yeast and garlic salt in safflower oil. Upon opening my newest order of oil I immediately noticed a color difference from all the other orders everything from you. I’m concerned get this full of fact the taste of the popcorn we have. That’s all I use the oil for and we love it so much. Dale Drive in at midnight just so Grand can make a batch of popcorn so could you tell me is this color difference going to signify a stronger different flavor? Is it from a different location? What’s up it’s definitely different and I don’t want to have to shop around for a different brand of safflower oil because this has been perfect for me to do my granny thing. Let me know please cuz I haven’t opened either bottle yet. I think we use a couple bottles a month 4 popcorn! It’s the epitome of comfort food!

    deb

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