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How to Roast Garlic

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Roasting garlic brings out a sweet, nutty flavor that complements many dishes.

Raw garlic can have a sharp taste and a pungent odor. Roasting garlic brings out its sweet side with a rich, buttery taste. Roasted garlic is very versatile, complementing everything from plain bread to vegetables or chicken. I love to spread roasted garlic over lightly toasted French bread, combine it with sour cream for topping baked potatoes, mix it in to pasta, or use it as a pizza topping.

Learn how to bring out the sweetness of garlic with this simple Roasted Garlic recipe:


Did You Know?


To whet your appetite for all things garlic, here are some interesting factoids about this flavorful bulb.

  • In folklore, garlic wards off vampires. All myths aside, garlic actually does ward off some unwanted beasts, like heart disease, bacteria, inflammation, cancer, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

  • What is Garlic exactly? A vegetable? A fruit? It’s actually a member of the lily family!

  • In ancient times, garlic was considered an antidote to overeating and drunkenness. You can only imagine what New Year’s Day was like.

  • The Egyptian slaves who built the pyramids frequently ate only bread, garlic, and water.

  • Rubbing your hands on a stainless steel bowl supposedly “zaps” the garlic odor. Try it!


What's your favorite way to enjoy roasted garlic?

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