Tuscan Bread Dip

$8.75 - $17.00
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Hand Blended Ingredients: salt, garlic, black pepper, onion, red pepper flakes, rosemary, basil, Mediterranean oregano, parsley

With upfront notes of garlic, aromatic herbs, and a touch of heat, this savory blend was inspired by the bright and fresh flavors of Tuscany, and blends beautifully with olive oil for a stunning bread dip.

But don't there, this versatile blend can also be used to season chicken, pork, fish, steak, meatloaf, grilled veggies, pasta salad, potatoes, egg dishes, pizza, soups, and stews.

With so many uses, it’s no wonder this is one of our top sellers!

We also carry Milan Bread Dip and Sicilian Bread Dip, which are all available in our Italian Bread Dip Gift Set.


  1. Mix 3 Tbsp. 3 Tbsp Tuscan Bread Dip Seasoning with 1/2 cup of your favorite olive oil*.
  2. Let it set for 20-30 minutes before enjoying with bread of your choice.

*For a delicious and vibrant variation, use 1/4 cup olive oil and 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar.


  1. Mix 3 Tbsp. Tuscan Bread Dip Seasoning with 2/3 cup olive oil and 1/3 cup red wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar.
  2. Pour over green salad, caprese salad, or use as a marinade for chicken, pork, or fish.

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  • 5
    Tuscan Bread Dip

    Posted by Diane on Oct 10th 2021

    My favorite seasoning to my sourdough flatbread. Received on schedule with no problems and as described.

  • 5
    tuscan bread dip

    Posted by Kim Elzinga on Jul 24th 2021

    this spice blend is perfect on salads with just olive oil. The best for summer cucumber tomato salads with Kalakaua olives and avocado with just a drizzle of olive oil. Perfection

  • 5

    Posted by Stephanie on Jul 14th 2021

    I love the Tuscan bread dip, not only with olive oil and Parmesan, but also for roasted chicken seasoning, salad seasoning, and pretty much any savory meal that needs some flavor. I highly recommend this!

  • 4
    It's not just for dipping...

    Posted by Julie Dickens on Jun 15th 2021

    I must admit...I've yet to use it as a bread dip...mostly I've added it to salads or meats or veggies to enhance the flava!!

  • 5
    AMAZING on roasted veggies

    Posted by Rachel Boudreau on Jan 18th 2021

    This is my go to seasoning when i roast asperagus in the oven. In my top 10 spices from SSM