Roasted Garlic How To

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I don’t know if any of you have ever taken the time to roast garlic. But roasted garlic is quite one of the most worth while flavor shortcuts in the kitchen.  Unlike it’s pungent raw counterpart, roasted garlic has a caramely (imagine that’s a word), smokey, mild taste and a velvety texture.  The first time I ever had roasted garlic was at an Italian restaurant and they served it in a clay pot right out of the oven with the bread basket.  Smeared roasted garlic on a baguette with a drizzle of olive oil might be one of the best things to ever pass your lips.  There are a hundred different things you can use roasted garlic for other than spreading it on bread.  It’s great to use in dips, mashed up in potatoes and in homemade salad dressings, just to name a few.  If a recipe calls for garlic, go for roasted!  It will really add that extra ‘something’ to your dish.

Next to blending smoothies for breakfast, here’s the easiest thing I will ever post on this blog.:)


Roasted Garlic

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4 Responses to Roasted Garlic How To

  1. dina March 14, 2014 at 1:54 pm #

    i love this. i can eat just like this!

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