La Tourangelle, Roasted Walnut Oil, Plant-Based Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acid, Cooking, Baking, & Beauty, 16.9 fl oz

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Chef’s Secret Ingredient: Delicate and pale in color, La Tourangelle Roasted Walnut Oil provides a rich yet elusively nutty taste; it has distinct notes of walnut nutmeats in every drop. Made from California walnuts selected for best flavor Quality You can Taste: The mainstay of all La Tourangelle’s natural, artisanal oils is premium taste derived from the best quality ingredients. Add the flavor of La Tourangelle to any meal Delicious and Versatile: Our oils, dressings and vinaigrettes make it easy to create distinctive dishes for professional chefs, novice cooks and foodies. Great for salads, meats, pastas and more Natural and Sustainable: Our Roasted Walnut Oil is expeller-pressed, Non-GMO and Kosher. Our products are bottled in a facility committed to sustainability. Our environmentally friendly tin packaging is recyclable and light to ship Flavors of the World: From Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and sustainably produced Grapeseed Oil, to award winning Toasted Sesame Oil, La Tourangelle brings the best oils and flavors from around the world straight to your kitchen


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  1. JK

    I didn’t even know pistachio oil was a thing until I came across a “recipe” (more like instructions because it’s so simple) in a French cookbook of mine for Avocado with Pistachio Oil. Sprinkle the inside of half an avocado (skin still on for the sake of stability) with lemon and then an extra bit of lemon juice in the well where the pit was. Add sea salt. Then fill the well with pistachio oil. It’s astonishingly tasty. This oil is also fantastic drizzled on avocado toast with lemon and sea salt. I’m hooked on this stuff.


  2. James Ellsworth

    I wanted to ‘step up’ the walnut component in some of my coffee cakes…and I wanted to have the roasted walnut flavor in my leafy green salads. I selected this product based on my experience with their other oils. Grape seed is a favorite of mine for high temperature frying. The freshly roasted walnut flavor in this offering comes through cleanly. I now use this oil as a ‘finish’ for lightly steamed sole filets, where flavor more than textural contrast might be welcome. What a drizzle it makes for chicken breasts and thighs as a finish! I think many adventurous cooks will love this product.

    James Ellsworth

  3. Mike’s Reviews

    Before the pandemic and WFH I used to eat a lot of fish because it was available every day at my job. However, since I’ve been WFH I don’t eat nearly as much fish. I used to use grapeseed oil for most of my home cooking but I realized, after some time, that I was probably not getting enough Omega-3 due to my reduced fish intake.I looked around for a vegetable oil with a high % of Omega-3 and settled on walnut oil. It definitely has a much more bold flavor than grapeseed oil which will not be ideal for every dish. However, I like the flavor and find the taste relaxing. It also makes my stomach happy.It has a light scent of roasted walnuts. Very pleased with this oil.

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  4. A. C.

    Scientific studies have shown that the healthiest oils are rich in Polyunsaturated fats because they contain omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, which lower “bad” (low-density lipoproteins) cholesterol and increase “good” (high-density lipoproteins) cholesterol and Monounsaturated fats.Walnut oil is high in polyunsaturated fatty acids particularly alpha-linolenic acid, linoleic acid, oleic acid, and saturated fats (only about 9%) and vitamin K. It is light-colored and has a delicate nutty flavor and scent. It is generally not used for high temperature cooking because heating tends to reduce its flavor and quality. However it is fantastic in salad dressings and vinaigrette’s or as a finishing touch to roasted vegetables or pasta.La Tourangelle’s Roasted Walnut oils is expeller-pressed and free of any chemicals, and 100% natural. It has a delicious nutty flavor and is light in color. If you love walnuts you will absolutely enjoy this oil drizzled over pastas (its a great substitute for olive oil in Spaghetti aglio e olio) and salads. I generally always use this oil to enhance a meal but I used it a few times to bake brownies, (that had chopped walnuts), and it was superb! It is my favorite of all nut oils!Overall I highly recommend La Tourangelle’s Roasted Walnut oil for its rich, superb nutty flavor! Grade A+

    A. C.

  5. Sir Waynes A LotSir Waynes A Lot

    Smells and tastes like walnuts! And it’s a healthy source. It came in some very fancy air bubble wrap I’ve never seen before, and has a very nice pour spout I’ve also never seen before. The bottle smelled like a brand new CD from Specs/FYE. It took me back to when I used to buy CD’s when I was a teenager. I give 6 stars for the added Nostalgia.I just mixed with the PB Fit to make super-peanut butter. I got the “add on item” version which is a great buy for any type of oil that is that much. I mixed it with that after adding the water and mixing it. I now have one very gourmet AF walnut/peanut butter. I added a few scoops of a chocolate whey and it’s like REAL nutella from Fance/Germany, not that mass-produced paste you find in U.S. stores. I highly recommend that combination. I used an empty peanut butter jar I had. I will be using PB Fit in my coffee thermos for the day. I have found that adding protein to coffee greatly enhances the flavor without pumping up the insulin to cause a crash and gives me awesome energy all day long. I have frequent small amounts.Tip: add some cold water first so the coffee is at a drinkable temperature so you don’t damage the protein structures of the PB. Heat turns a healthy substance the body recognizes and can use to boost metabolism into a foreign invader that it doesn’t recognize and not only can’t use, but deploys the immune system to which depletes your energy/vitality.

    Sir Waynes A LotSir Waynes A Lot

  6. John RobinsonJohn Robinson

    Me and my Mom was needed this for our pistachio cake, the recipe called for pistachio extract, but you can substitute pistachio oil and it’ll boost the pistachio flavor better than the pistachio extract. The recipe called for almond extract to go into the cake, the pistachio oil went into the frosting, when we first opened the pistachio oil it had this rich aroma of roasted pistachios, and when the cake was done the almond flavor and pistachio flavor complemented each other perfectly. Mom was very happy with the results especially since this pistachio oil is not that easy to find, I purchased all the other ingredients from our local grocery store, but the pistachio oil was the one ingredient that I couldn’t find anywhere, so I found it on Amazon for a reasonable price, ($10.99), so thank you more thing; I would have loved to have posted the recipe on my review, but it’s actually 2 recipes; one for the cake and one for the frosting. If anybody would like these recipes please send me a comment to let me know, and I’ll gladly send these two recipes.

    John RobinsonJohn Robinson

  7. J. Gilbert

    I have never, ever, just wanted to stick my finger into a “cooking oil” and then stick it into my mouth until I tried this product…If you ever cook a piece of fish, for example, with this oil, I almost guarantee that you will be a convert to it. I say almost simply because some people are either allergic to nuts (definitely stay away from it if you are), or the odd person out there who doesn’t like walnuts. I’ve used this for cooking fish, steak, and more, and even used it on my salads (oil & vinegar) with many reuses afterwards.

    J. Gilbert

  8. Syl

    Been using this on my face as my skin is very dry. Also have had dark circles under my eyes most of my life an this is helping to lighten them. Only been using for a few weeks an I already see a difference. I also love the smell of the Walnut an it’s not too strong. Great for taking off make-up an a super after shower body moisture oil for dry skin. It also only takes a couple drops on my face an not much more on my body. Absorbs fast into the skin an does not leave an oily film.



    I bought this to use as an oil for my butcher block (I don’t like the idea of spreading petroleum products all around where I’ll be preparing my food). I read that walnut oil is a great alternative because it can actually help to repair nicks and other damage (my butcher block isn’t old enough to worry about that yet though). It definitely makes my butcher block feel and look great, and (surprisingly) best of all is the smell: pouring it on (I had no idea!) it smelled DELICIOUS! It made me want to bake some fresh walnut, cinnamon bread! I hadn’t intended on cooking with it, but now that I’ve smelled it, I think I’m going to have to!


  10. chillin’LikeAVeganchillin’LikeAVegan

    I have mainly used this for cosmetic purposes and here’s my feedback:* I use it for my hair. It keeps it in place, shinny-looking without the greasiness or hardness of gels/sprays* I also use it for skin. It moisturizes without greasy feeling, even on face. Great as an after-shave* Bye-bye bad breath. I was using coconut oil to rid of bad breath, this is a good replacement. The taste may require a little getting used to.* I recently used it to cook – very tasty and helps food not to stick on pans.I have attached pictures wearing it as it hair-styling product. I’ve noticed it has made hair stronger. The other day I pulled with hand and not one single strand came off.


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