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Forget about all the culinary uses for roasted garlic – I’m just going to roast it every day because it smells so darn good!
There are really no tricks to roasting it either: Just slice off the top, toss it in some aluminum foil, drizzle with olive oil, season with salt and pepper and pop it in the oven at 400°F for about 30 minutes – and you’re on your way to garlic transformation! If you need to roast a large amount of garlic, rather than wrapping each head in aluminum foil, you can fill a roasting dish, drizzle them all with olive oil, add your salt & pepper, cover the whole roasting dish with aluminum foil and roast away!
Aside from smelling really good, roasted garlic has multiple uses, whether it be spreading on toast, adding to a sauce, creating a roasted garlic butter, and more. It’s a great way to add additional flavors to your cooking.
Roasting removes much of the pungency of raw garlic since it caramelizes in the oven, resulting in a sweeter, more mellow garlic flavor. If you have some favorite recipes that use a fair bit of garlic (who doesn’t?), substitute some of your roasted garlic in there for an extra oomph of flavor! Not to mention everything sounds better when you add “Roasted Garlic” in front of the name. (At least I think it does!)
Need help figuring out how to use your roasted garlic? Check out these tasty recipes!