” Roasted Garlic – The Top Of The Food Pyramide ? “

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By now you have probably realized that I add garlic to just about
everything,  maybe with the exception of vanilla pudding and fruit salad   :-)
Here a quick instruction how to quickly and easily do this
wonderful concoction which will enhance so many dishes.
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Cut the top of a heads of garlic, drizzle with duck fat or olive oil,
sprinkle with kosher salt and wrap airtight in alu foil.
Roast in a 400 degree oven for one and a half hours. Let garlic cool in foil.
When cool, unwrap and squeeze garlic into bowl.
If you made a large amount to be frozen, mix with some oil so that it does not
freeze rock solid and you are able to remove small amounts at a time.
Pack into sealable bag and freeze.
This can be used in any dish which calls for garlic, but it is also great to just spread on
a grilled bread of any kind and sprinkle with kosher salt and freshly ground pepper :-)

Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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2 comments on “” Roasted Garlic – The Top Of The Food Pyramide ? “

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  2. Edwina Wronski says:

    Have been roasting garlic for years, LOVE IT!

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